Category Archives: October 2015

CCL Wetrooms Unveil New Website for Architects, Specifiers & House Builders

CCL Wetrooms, the UK’s leading Wetroom Specialist have unveiled their new website, designed to provide Architects, Specifiers and House Builders with comprehensive technical information to aid the wetroom specification process for their clients.

The contemporary, mobile friendly website has been designed with specifiers’ needs in mind and features CCL Wetrooms’ comprehensive range of wetroom drainage and tanking systems in easy to navigate sections. It also comprises brand new case studies, technical product downloads and CAD drawings, wet room installation videos …

Cembrit Hits the Heights with its FC Ridges

Stocking and fitting the correct ridges for fibre cement roofs is simple with Cembrit’s comprehensive range. Available immediately, the ridges are lighter in weight and easy to cut and fix, qualities which make them superior to the commonly used mortar bedded, concrete or clay alternatives. An additional benefit for stockists is the lower weight per linear metre ratio, equaling smaller footprint, which makes Cembrit ridges easier to store and a more cost effective stock item then substitute products.

Cembrit fibre …

Diamonds in the Rough

The vast world of construction is not a field which you would normally associate with diamonds, so it may come as a surprise to learn that there is almost no limit to the range of applications where diamond tooling can support and assist companies, and individuals, involved in this most diverse of industries. Established for over fifty-five years, D.K. Holdings Limited has developed an excellent reputation for creative and technical expertise in designing and manufacturing quality diamond tooling for the …

Keeping your heating system on top form

Steve O’Neill, Technical Specifications Engineer at EOGB Energy Products Ltd, explains the importance of regular burner maintenance and the correct procedures to ensure optimum efficiency and safety.

Manufacturers of most gas and oil burning equipment recommend regular maintenance and safety checks in order to achieve optimum levels of safety and efficiency. This will typically include:

• An adequate supply of combustion, cooling and dilution air
• Correct burner, operating pressure and gas rate/heat input
• The effectiveness of any flue…