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  • News - 10 May 2004
    Corus Colors, the company behind the unique and popular, high specification steel cladding coatings Celestia® & HPS200® by Corus, is marking the 40th anniversary of the origins of the...
  • News - 4 Mar 2004
    There have been some ambiguous ‘no need to ventilate’ messages dominating the building press recently which, conflict with numerous real life cases of condensation in roof spaces, with wet...
  • News - 26 Feb 2004
    Traditional industrial fastenings like welding, bolts, and rivets, are being replaced by a range of adhesives. These engineering and structural adhesives are high strength and are designed to support...
  • News - 15 Feb 2004
    Sto Corp, the innovative world leader in cladding, coating and restoration systems has announced the national roll out of Extended Full Depth Repair Mortar (CR311CIX). The product is an enhanced...
  • News - 12 Jan 2004
    Andersen, the world's largest wood window manufacturer, is launching a new range of windows at Interbuild 2004. On display for the first time, is the pioneering new Woodwright sliding sash window,...
  • News - 25 Nov 2003
    Due to customer demand the tubular structures specialist, Kee Klamp, has expanded its range of Kee Lite aluminium tube fittings. The range of sizes available for the strong, lightweight and...
  • News - 3 Nov 2003
    Andersen Windows have launched a new range of windows with the strength of wood and the low maintenance characteristics of PVC-u. The “Woodwright” windows are made from Fibrex - a type...
  • News - 15 Sep 2003
    A reader of the Green Guide was recently wondering if PVC pipes were safe and wanted to know if they leached pthalates into drinking water? The answer from the Green Guide time was probably no but...
  • News - 3 Jul 2003
    Corrosion of steel is one of the major problems facing the construction industry today. The inherent weakness this causes in highways, bridges and buildings can lead to personal injury and...
  • News - 10 Jun 2003
    Eco-Cement is a product developed by Australian company, TecEco, that can bring about dramatic reduction in the release of CO2 into our atmosphere. Portland cement was developed around 200 years ago...

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