Clearview North October 2013 - Issue 143 - Page 60

ALUMINIUM Specialist aluminium fabricator brings new product to market A leading specialist aluminium fabricator has brought a new product to market, as it continues to offer its customers the products and support required to win business in the growing aluminium sector. Gloucester based CDW System is known for launching a new product each year, and its latest is Confort 160 (C160), which the fabricator has brought to market together with systems company SAPA. Confort 160 is a high performance, thermally insulated sliding door. Sales of aluminium sliding doors have notably increased at CDW Systems, and Managing Director Jerry Webb says the latest addition is a quality product that will help installers to continue to take advantage of the growing domestic and commercial aluminium sector. Jerry comments: “The aluminium sector represents a huge growth market for installers and we utilise our 22 years’ experience to ensure our customers have a suite of products, and technical support, that can help them take market share and win contracts. “Sliding doors are in demand here, which is why we’ve decided to supply this product, which is highend and technically advanced.” For more information call CDW Systems on 01452 414853or visit www.cdwsystems.co.uk Cutting commercial door fabrication time Jack Aluminium Systems’ Jack Door saves fabricators one hour’s productivity for every five thermally improved doors they make. The growing demand for thermally efficient commercial doors can cause a bottleneck in production, as fabricators have to rout through the thermal break. The Jack Door TD68 profile features a unique thermal break design that makes it much quicker and easier to cut during fabrication. However manufacturers were still slowed down by using a CNC machine to rout the ends. So Jack Aluminium worked with its customers and J Tools to design a new end miller, cutting the process time from fifteen minutes to just three. In practice, fabricators can save one hour production time for every five Jack Doors made compared to a typical thermally improved door. “Thermally improved doors are specified on an increasing number of projects so making them more efficient to manufacture is important to us,” says Tim Brookes, production manager at Duplus Architectural Systems. “Making Jack Doors with the new end miller frees off the fabrication line and has improved productivity.” Jeff Pearson, Jack Aluminium’s sales director added: “The new end miller means we can now help customers reduce costs even further.” Phone: 024 7646 7449, Email: sales@jackaluminium.co.uk, Web: www.jackaluminium.co.uk Hitting the heights at Olympic Way Metal Technology has supplied its innovative architectural aluminium products on one of London’s tallest buildings. Designed by Hunt Thompson and built by main contractor Donban, the new 4 star, 20 storey, 235 bedroom Park Inn Hotel and 158 apartment building sits at a prominent junction adjacent to Olympic Way, only 300m from Wembley Stadium. Each home has generous outdoor space and spectacular views of the iconic home of football. The design called for visual impact and high performance from door, window, curtain walling and Brise Soleil systems. Metal Technology System 9 and 10 single/double– 60 OCT 2013 action pivot commercial doors offer both standard and anti-finger trap forms as well as a fully rebated option with butt hinges. Double and single door leaf options are included in the range and a variety of door jamb and stile formats offers the designer the flexibility to achieve the entrance required. The fully complementary System 5-20 Tilt an d Turn Window provides all the advantages of polyamide thermal break technology in meeting current thermal building regulation requirements. Tilt ventilation and the ability to clean the windows from inside the building make System 5-20 the easy choice for any application. To read more, visit www.clearview-uk.com