Clearview National September 2015 - Issue 166 - Page 54

doors&windows sponsored by Hotting Up! Hurst Plastics has enhanced its composite fire door range and launched a complementary composite side panel which has successfully passed testing at BM Trada. »»The launch follows an intensive period of research and product development at the company. Hurst is now one of a just a handful of suppliers to offer a complete FD30S rated package, which includes a composite fire door plus fire rated top light and side light. Mark Atkinson, Hurst Plastics’ Sales Director, explains: “Our composite fire door is designed to the highest specification and it has been used extensively in applications which require a fully approved FD30S fire doorset, including flats, shared entrances and multiple entrance dwellings. We were however, keen to extend the reach of our composite fire door and invest in the development of complementary products that also resist the passage of fire.” The Hurst composite fire door offers the very highest in security and weather performance, plus a full half hour fire rating (30 minutes stability and 30 minutes integrity), which conforms to BS476: Part 22: 1987. Colour Matching for Everyone »»Specialist injection moulding company, Glazpart has launched 14 new colours for its traditional low EQA trickle vent range including; standard, slimline and modular trickle vent designs. Designed to complement the colour palette used by system houses, the new colours are also included on the flat grilles used on patio/bi-fold door applications. Glazpart prides itself in having ‘something for everyone’ in its new colour range. Installers have wider variety to offer the customer and the new colours add value as a final finishing touch to a quality installation. Whilst distributors and trade counters reap the benefits of the 2015 product packages increasing sales and footfall with an unmatched colour range. The standard vent is ideal for repair and maintenance, retrofitting damaged customer vents. Dean Bradley, sales and marketing manager, said: “The 2015 colours extend the range of products that seamlessly blend into window frames and sashes matching the increasing need for coloured and foiled products. This follows the market trend as customers select colour and wood-grain products and add value with colour coordinated hardware and vents.” For more information visit 54 » SE P 2015 » CL EARVI E W- UK . C O M