Clearview National September 2018 - Issue 202 - Page 12

PROUD SPONSOR OF INDUSTRY NEWS INDUSTRYNEWS ALUMINIUM ALTERNATIVE IN 50 SHADES OF GREY » » MANCHESTER-BASED FABRICATOR Force 8 has always been quick to adapt to the latest trends in the market and has recently announced the introduction of its smooth finish composite doors, which bear a striking resemblance – especially when in shades of grey – to an aluminium door that would typically cost around four times as much. The doors are available in 50 different shades of grey, including various shades of silver grey, then anything between black and white, which the company can reproduce with a sample or RAL number. The trailblazing company is offering the smooth finish across its entire door range but feels that it is especially suited to the ultra- contemporary Decadence range. Dennis Sumner, Managing Director at Force 8, said: “The trend in windows ‘an ultra-high end look without the price tag’ and doors for sleek lines in shades of grey continues to grow, but many homeowners simply can’t justify the cost of an aluminium door as while they may look stunning, they are prohibitively expensive to many. By combining our new smooth finish with one of the doors from our Decadence range, it is possible to create an ultra-high-end look without the price tag.” www.force8.uk Big Air: Teleflex ventilation for Oxford University » » A BUILDING SEEN AS A tool in Oxford University’s search for new medical discoveries is achieving the vented air requirements to maintain a healthy environment thanks to openers provided by Teal Products. Teal, one of the UK’s foremost suppliers of window controls, openers and actuators, had itsHighline manual ‘Teleflex’ system installed across 193 opening vents by Austrian façade manufacturer CIG Fassaden in The Big Data Institute at the University. CIG pre-installed the system on their opening vents at their manufacturing factory in Austria before shipping them to the Oxford site for installation. Teal’s larger 380mm Chain Openers were installed to achieve the vented air requirements to maintain a healthy environment. Sam Yiend, Director of Teal Products, commented: “We are www.tealproducts.com Scandinavia’s Leading PPE Innovator joins Hultafors Group » » THE HULTAFORS Group, which owns Snickers Workwear, Solid Gear Safety Footwear and Hultafors Tools has acquired Hellberg Safety. Hellberg Safety is a specialised supplier of PPE Equipment which includes highly advanced hearing protection products, face protection and communication solutions for personal protection. David Clark, managing director of the Hultafors Group UK says, delighted to have contributed to the completion of such a vital development for Oxford University. Our larger 380mm Chain Openers were perfect to achieve what was required. Teal’s range of manual and electric window control products can be used in a variety of applications and building types, but we pride ourselves not just on products, but also on our professionalism.” “We are delighted with this acquisition given that Hellberg PPE products complement the Snickers Workwear and Solid Gear Safety 12 » SE P 2018 » CL EARVI E W- UK . C O M Footwear product portfolios perfectly - in particular the recently extended Snickers Workwear Hi- Vis working clothes range.” “We will now be able to offer the UK market an even more extensive range of top quality premium brand products, ideally suited to protect the personal wellbeing and safety of the discerning professional tradesman and woman.” www.hellbergsafety.com Now part of the Hultafors Group, Hellberg Safety has been manufacturing specialist PPE Equipment since 1962. The product range includes highly advanced hearing protection products, face protection and communication solutions for personal protection. In the UK the Hellberg Safety PPE range is part of a portfolio of premium brands that includes Snickers Workwear, Solid Gear Safety Footwear and Hultafors Tools.