The Verona, Everest Line, Alto Line and Column styles are established designer options suitable for application in bathrooms, shower and wet rooms.
The fibre cement slates are compatible with most common building materials, exceed the strength requirements of Class B of BS EN492:2004 and are proven to have a good resistance against frost, chemical attack, vermin and rot.
The panels are manufactured using natural gypsum, are accredited with an A1 fire rating and can be used as a replacement for wet screed to allow for a quicker construction process.
The technology allows providers to install non-wired doors with mechanical locks into access control systems at a cost effective price.
Key note speeches by ACPO Development Officer, Michael Brooke, who spoke of the Secured by Design police initiative aimed at reducing levels of crime through the use of high-quality security products, reinforced the importance of using products such as CLIQ Remote to detract criminals.
The software is designed to offer an easy to use accounting solution, providing both summarised and detailed financial information all in one place.
The team worked in groups of three to rip out, fit and trim the new doors, maintaining a high level of compartmentalisation in each block overnight.
Sovent is manufactured from resistant HDPE plastic and can be supplied for discharge stacks with a diameter of 110mm or 160mm.
Incorporated alongside the system is a data logger to record the indoor air quality, building performance and ventilation, a total of fifty SECO N24 40 compact chain actuators which control the opening and closing of windows and vents, as well as wind and rain sensors to automatically close rooflights during bad weather.
Trief has attained the BS EN 1317-2 standard for road restraint systems after being tested by the Transport Research Laboratory and has been used by local highway authorities across Britain.