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  • News - 18 Jul 2003
    The claim from Cromweld Steels is simple – the use of an economical stainless steel and polystyrene pre-fabricated building system for commercial, residential and industrial buildings results in...
  • News - 9 Jul 2003
    Now available in the UK through Mans International are the ARM Cordless Bolt Cutter and Cordless Re-Bar Cutter from ARM SANGYO of Japan. Although the tools use a hydraulic action, they are powered...
  • News - 4 Jul 2003
    Since the 1960’s Welded steel Moment-Resisting Frames (MRFs) have been widely accepted as the best structure for earthquake resistant buildings. Deficiencies in this system came to light when...
  • 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 - 27 Jun 2003
    OmegaFlex have announced that they have received a BSi Kitemark Licence to cover the TracPipe range of pipe and fittings in sizes DN12 to DN50. TracPipe is a stainless steel semi-rigid gas pipe...
  • News - 25 Jun 2003
    Following the tragedy of September 11, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, NIST have developed a new instrument for testing steel elements salvaged from the World Trade...
  • News - 18 Jun 2003
    Insulclad® is a lightweight crack resistant cladding system made by Nuplex Construction Products. The system uses prefabricated sheets and architectural mouldings made from expanded polystyrene....
  • News - 12 Jun 2003
    Building products specialist Catnic is about to launch a range of easy to fit, durable, lightweight and attractive roofing profiles. Called the liteTILE Roofing System, this revolutionary system...
  • News - 6 Jun 2003
    Since their introduction to the UK in the 1980’s, the production of composite sandwich panels has grown to around 80000 tonnes per annum. As they have a life span of around 15-20 years, these...
  • News - 3 Jun 2003
    Mild steel rebar is the most commonly used material in the reinforcement of concrete slabs or in the construction of straw bale walls. The common acceptance of this material overlooks some...
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