CR Laurence will be exhibiting its complete range of architectural glass fixing and shower door hardware at this year’s FIT Show.
CRL’s comprehensive range of bathroom hardware and accessories will be on display at the upcoming FIT Show, which is scheduled to take place from 23rd to 25th May at Birmingham’s NEC.
From hinges, handles and clamps, to complete sliding shower door kits, the range has been developed to give installers and developers the tools to create bespoke shower areas. All products are available in a range of finishes, including matt black.
In addition to exhibiting and promoting the company’s portfolio, the CRL team will be giving live demonstrations of its Glass Detectors. Developed for the benefit of installers, the detectors have been designed to ensure that coated pieces of glass are fitted on the inside of the unit, on the inner piece of glass. The system offers a simple way to identify low emissivity coated glass against ordinary float glass.
At the show, CRL will be introducing visitors to the TAPER-LOC ‘Adjustable’ System, the latest addition to its collection of TAPER-LOC frameless glass balustrade systems.
The new system features adjustable taper sets, which enable installers to move the angle of the glass forwards or backwards, to align it with adjacent panels. This offers a simple solution when cap and hand rails are not being used; it makes it safe to install glass balustrades with no scaffold required, and easy to replace broken or scratched panels.
TAPER-LOC ‘Adjustable’ is available in a range of finishes, including brushed nickel and satin anodised.
Visitors to the show will also be given the opportunity to find out more about CRL’s COMPACT-X. The system, which offers a compact sliding solution for frameless glass panels, features soft-brake technology. Minimalist in style, it can be concealed within an upper track to create a seamless design, suitable for both commercial and domestic applications.
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