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  • News - 8 Dec 2003
    When a tiled floor joins to wood, carpet or any other flooring medium, the edge of the tiles runs the risk of damage. In order to prevent this damage Schluter-Systems Ltd, the world market-leader in...
  • News - 7 Dec 2003
    The unique new 3857 Sandflex® Easy-Cut Bi-metal Bandsaw Blade from Bahco Metal Saws Ltd virtually eliminates problems of blade choice for multi-purpose cutting. The patented tooth design of the...
  • News - 4 Dec 2003
    Current architectural fashion is for using materials that decay with time to produce a different and unique finish. Cor-Ten steel cladding has been used but it has a high cost, is complex to install...
  • News - 2 Dec 2003
    Catnic, the leading manufacturer of lintels and building components, has improved its PVCu plasterer’s beads making them easier and safer to handle on site. Previously, Catnic’s PVCu...
  • News - 25 Nov 2003
    Through a proprietary process Millenium Tiles has developed stainless steel roof tiles that has the colour of the tile organically infused into the tile, rather than painting it on. The result is a...
  • News - 25 Nov 2003
    Catnic has introduced a new, fully insulated, suspended flooring system called Datum. The practical ground floor system, boasts a range of environmental and cost benefits. The system is fast and...
  • News - 16 Nov 2003
    It’s 508m high, 56m higher than Malaysia's Petronas Towers, and it has just been opened. The Taipei 101 building is located in Singapore and is now the world’s tallest...
  • News - 6 Nov 2003
    The Thermopole is a new polymer based lamp post developed to reduce the risk to motorists in a collision. The polymeric lamp posts have been designed to be able to absorb much of the force, reducing...
  • News - 30 Oct 2003
    They are buildings that are practically fire proof, earthquake proof, flood proof, high wind proof, insect proof and reduce heating and cooling usage by 50 to 75 percent. They are futuristic looking...
  • News - 29 Oct 2003
    In a Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP) initiative the Steel Construction Institute (SCI) and the Centre for Window and Cladding Technology (CWCT) have teamed to put together a project to...

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