Easi-Dec expands its sales team
Easi-Dec Access Systems
Easi-Dec Access Systems has appointed Paul Radford as external sales engineer, to cover the North West and Scotland.
With the housing market still being slow, there has been a marked increase in the number of people looking at refurbishing and developing their homes rather than moving.
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Paul has worked in the construction industry for more than 20 years, most recently as a specialist in industrial roofing for Tesco and Aldi stores throughout the UK.
Trim-Line telescopic modular access system is easy to transport, quick to erect, and designed for fitting windows, fascias, soffits and guttering on standard two storey houses.
To ease the time consuming task of performing ladder inspections and maintenance, MJ Conroy has invested in a Safetrak digital planning and inspection system from Scafftag. Safetrak for Ladders uses RFID/barcode technology to carry out asset inspections via a handheld device while the inspection plan and reports are managed using the office computer.
Zarges, Europe’s top manufacturer of vertical fixed ladders and shaft ladders, confirm that these ladder systems are now CE marked. Zarges fixed ladder system is available in four different materials (aluminium, anodised aluminium, galvanised steel and stainless steel) to suit different access locations. The shaft ladder system is available in galvanised steel, stainless steel and G.R.P and conforms to EN 14396.
Filon’s patented Fixsafe system for accessing dangerous fragile roofs is the only system available to provide the HSE’s preferred safe method of installation.
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