Here, Stannah will cover how lifts typically work and the implications for upgrading lifts to fire-fighting or evacuation capabilities.
The British Standard regarding structural waterproofing is BS8102:2009 – this standard encourages the use of a Waterproofing Design Specialist to a design team, explain Delta Membranes. NHBC Chapter 5.4 mirrors these guidelines. In cases of litigation or disputes both BS8102:2009 and NHBC Chapter 5.4 will be used as a benchmark. Both standards place great emphasis[…]
Mul-T-Lock’s coveted Break Secure® 3DS anti-snap cylinder has been specially designed to help locksmiths meet consumer demand for high security locks.
Delta Membrane Systems Limited has launched the innovative AT 800, which bridges Type C waterproofing and ground gas protection.
Emerald Headingley Stadium is believed to the UK’s first multi sport international venue to be fully accessible when it comes to toilets, courtesy of Closomat.
This article sees Toby Staff, Managing Director at Newstar Door Controls, write about the issue of window restrictors that have been designed to nothing more than the BS Standard.
Klober responds to the recent amendments to the British Standard for slating and tiling as it now recognises that air permeable underlays can take the place of ventilation in a cold roof.
A plethora of revised British Standards has led to the publication of a trio of new technical guides from the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI) for door and window hardware specialists.
David Hindle, Head of Door Closer Sales at ASSA ABLOY UK, responds to and offers guidance on the recent updates to British Standard 8300.
SE Controls have written an in-depth look into the British Standard EN12101