Framexpress: is the Patiomaster Dealer for the West Midlands, so The Build Show was the perfect opportunity for them to showcase the sliding door system, as well as talking to architects, specifiers and installers about the benefits of the hassle-free Framexpress service.
Emmegi: "Buying a Tekna machine from Emmegi (UK) means we have the backing of one of Europe's leading manufacturers, with a great team on the ground to take care of installation, training and servicing. It's already making a really positive difference within our factory. " added Steve Oakes, Camel Glass.
Bluesky Certification: "We are increasingly being told that acoustics is now being considered as part of the buying decision. However, it is often difficult for purchasers to identify what performance is appropriate. Our new rating makes it easier to do this and allows manufacturers and installers to demonstrate the performance of their products." says Simon Beer, managing director.
Pilkington: at GlassTec "We're excited to showcase these latest innovations, alongside our conceptual products and prototypes. These will offer visitors to our stand a flavour of where we're taking advanced glass with the help of new technologies."
Haffner Murat Ltd: The door factory will see the addition of two NR242 high speed machining centres, plus welding and assembly lines to speed up and ensure accuracy of the cut and prepped doors. The aim of the upgrade was to create a fully automated factory that delivered the output and quality for Camden's customers.
Deceuninck: 2500 Tilt & Turn window more than met the spec with outstanding performance: U-Value of 1.3 W/m2K, 0.34 G-Value, Class 4 air permeability, Class 8A water tightness, and Class A5 2000Pa exposure. The Tilt & Turn window is ideal for student and high-rise developments as it gives various ventilation options, ensures residents' personal safety and can be easily cleaned in the side position.
Guardian Glass: (Hall 10, Stand A24) where customers can experience the huge variety of possibilities of glass - not just for today, but tomorrow and beyond. Glasstec, the world's leading event for the glass industry, opens its doors in Düsseldorf, Germany, 23-26 October.
elumatec UK: World leading machinery manufacturer elumatec is helping dozens of its customers protect their investments with tailor-made maintenance contracts.
Pilkington: The Active Office, located on Swansea University's new £450 million Bay Campus, is a prototype for net energy-positive commercial spaces and aims to demonstrate the organisation's broader 'buildings as power stations' concept. Over an annual cycle the building is designed to generate more energy than it consumes.
Epwin Window Systems: "Bifold doors are a booming sector but to date there has always been a problem. Aluminium bifold doors simply don't suite with existing PVC-U window systems but our new Integral bifold door solves this problem.". explains Gerald Allen, marketing manager.
Deceuninck: "These are very promising results which show a good start to 2018. We're very pleased with the UK's strong performance. In July 2018 Deceuninck UK recorded sales 27% up on July 2017, with year to date sales up 13% on the same period last year. Our success comes from giving customers the tools to grow with the right products.", adds Rob McGlennon, Deceuninck UK MD
Bison: "WarmCore already offers all the premium style, strength and versatility of aluminium, with the energy efficiency of PVC-U, but at Bison we up the ante and give our customers an even better version of this already impressive product. We do this by Graf-welding it for quality and precision. " explains Director Mark Tetley.
Letter to the Editor, definition of 'suited hardware - Nick Dutton
Over recent weeks there's been increased debate about what exactly is the definition of 'suited hardware.' For years we have been sold door furniture ranges under this banner, yet this definition is now being questioned.
The Cambridge Dictionary suggests that suite is a noun often used in relation to 'a set of furniture for one room, of matching design and colour.' So, for the door furniture sector it would seem that the term 'suited' would be appropriate only when all components share similarities in both finish and shape.…»
Nick Dutton, CEO Brisant Secure