PROUD SPONSOR OF ALL DOORS ALLDOORS JOIN THE REVOLUTION WITH THE NEW DOOR BROCHURE » » THE NEW 2018 EXCLUSIVE door collection is now available from Force 8. The new brochure features 64 pages of their extensive door portfolio, plus three new designs in the Decadence door range, giving an even wider selection to choose from. Force 8’s range of Decadence doors is a unique collection which is now available in a smooth finish as well as the standard wood grain effect. Each of the 14 Decadence doors have their own intricately etched designs on the outside of the door, giving them a distinctive and individual look. With the fashion for composite doors moving more towards contemporary designs, the new smooth finish adds a whole new dimension. The advantages of the Decadence Smooth door range, are the style combines the look of an aluminium door along with the thermal advantage of a composite door. If you were to purchase an aluminium door with the same design, this could cost five times more than an exclusive composite smooth door from Force 8. Force 8 is one of the leading companies involved in the manufacturing of composite doors in the industry. For over 25 years, Manchester based Force 8 has led the way with new ideas and innovations, and their new brochure is no exception. To further enhance the appeal of their doors, Force 8 allows you the option of their Urban cassette which is available in aluminium or their colour matching finish and there is also the option of the TriSys moulded cassette. Alongside the new designs in the Decadence range, there are also new additions to the contemporary door range which are now available with the smooth finish as well as the wood grain effect texture which features on both sides of the doors. All of Force 8’s doors are available in standard and premium colours with an additional 210 RAL colours available. Force 8 never releases a new brochure unless there are new door designs to be promoted. The new brochure will allow people to see why doors from Force 8 are revolutionary. http://force8.uk/2018brochure- subscription New code for industrial door sector A new code of practice (DHF TS 012:2018) designed to raise standards of safety in the industrial door industry has been announced by Tamworth- based trade association, the Door and Hardware Federation (DHF). » » THE ‘CODE OF PRACTICE for the Design, Manufacture, Installation and Maintenance of Industrial Doors and Domestic Garage Doors (DHF TS 012:2018)’ is the 13th in a series of DHF technical specifications covering the range of industry sectors represented by DHF and is available as a free download from http://www.DHFonline. org.uk/publications/technical- specifications/1.htm. Providing a framework to ensure the safe and compliant installation of industrial doors and roller shutters, the code draws on safety legislation, European standards, and industry best practice. It gives practical help to all those involved with industrial doors by providing clear guidance on their legal obligation and responsibilities. The code took more than nine months to develop and going forward, will form the basis of the DHF comprehensive two-day Industrial Door Safety Diploma course. The DHF’s Industrial Door Group now represents more than 273 UK manufacturers, suppliers, installers or maintainers of industrial doors and industrial door equipment. “We welcome the release of DHF TS 012:2018 and see this 40 » M AR 2018 » CL EARVI E W- UK . C O M as the ‘bible’ for those working with industrial doors and roller shutters,” says DHF Industrial Door Group Chairman, Dave Lewis. “Currently, there are too many untrained people working in the sector and with some of these products weighing up to three tonnes, safety is absolutely vital. If a door falls from 25-30 foot in the air causing an accident, the consequences can be life-changing for all concerned.” “This new DHF code of practice condenses and refines information from UK and European law and standards to provide accurate, clear reference and guidance for those working with industrial doors,” says DHF CEO, Bob Perry. “Reducing the ‘grey areas’ and supporting the requirements for competence and training at all levels in the process, we are confident that DHF TS 012:2018 will become the benchmark reference document setting standards across the industry.” The Code of Practice DHF TS 012:2018 is available now from the DHF website. Email the DHF on info@DHFonline. org.uk or telephone 01827 52337 for further information.