Clearview South August 2013 - Issue 141 - Page 6

DOORS&WINDOWS Faster airtight sealing New ISO-CONNECT Vario Fix from leading foam sealant suppliers ISO-Chemie is an advanced foil that provides a permanent airtight seal of window and door connection joints, which can then be plastered over. Quick and easy to install on concrete, wood, brick and masonry surfaces, the self-adhesive polymer fleece ISO-CONNECT Vario Fix features a wide selfadhesive strip and an integrated plaster mesh for improved plaster bonding to give a smooth and decorative final surface finish. The foil can be applied to both the window or door frame and the reveal in a single, easy step to save time and once in place, reacts to seasonal temperature gradients to provide a high drying effect in the joint all year round. Product complies with the European energy saving regulations (EnEV) on windows and doors as well as the RAL quality assurance association. It is compatible with the Fabric First principal and is able to accommodate extremes of temperature changes – from 40°C to + 80°C. ISO Chemie’s new UK operation is based in the North East of England, supported by a dedicated logistics service to ensure customer orders are completed as quickly and efficiently as possible (usually next-day delivery). More at or email Tel: 01207 566874. Classic style with modern performance The latest innovative window system to come from Halo - a highly-specified brand of The VEKA UK Group - has been hailed as an innovation in heritage fenestration applications. The newly-unveiled FlushSash has been designed to sit flush within its frame and mirrors the elegant window styles of the 19th Century, making it perfect for heritage and conservation projects. Yet, however traditional this window may look, it offers deceptively modern performance. The FlushSash comes from the System10 suite of profiles and offers all the strength, security and energy efficiency you would expect from a Halo product. Perfect for heritage applications, the FlushSash will provide a cost-effective solution to a range of problems associated with historic homes. Energy-efficient, five-chamber PVC-U frames with double or triple