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A powerful, trailer-mounted water blaster can be hired from Kennards Hire for cleaning areas where water is not available or is in limited supply.
Squirts Gloss enamels from Taubmans White Knight Paints has more than 50 current season colours from mocca, limestone, violet and chocolate brown to soft orange, fuscia, lavender and summer lilac.
HPM Industries has just announced the acquisition of IMO Controls International, a well-established distributor of high quality electrical products and accessories to the OEM and wholesale industry.
The new Inground Uplight from HPM Industries provides an outdoor lighting solution that is weatherproof (rated to IP167), in a sleek contemporary style featuring a square, satin-silver finish.
Airwell’s Ducted New Concept (DNC) air conditioning system is said to provide builders, architects and developers with many benefits over conventional ducted systems.
JEC Air Conditioning Services is offering Sydney builders, architects and other commercial customers the chance to view a fully operational Mitsubishi Electric City Multi air conditioning system at its refurbished showroom at Seven Hills, with a clear perspex box covering a cut-away section of the unit’s workings.
Boral Masonry has developed the Hydrapave stormwater control system.
Collaborative forecasting software has reached the Australian market with the launch of DSE (Demand Solutions Enterprise), which is said to introduce levels of visibility and functionality never before seen in supply chain software.
A major refurbishment is underway at Sydney’s Telstra Stadium as the main concourse area around the stadium receiving a complete facelift with Flowcrete’s Deckshield UV topcoat replacing badly degraded concrete.
Australian Pump Industries has released a new high pressure water blaster system
Hyne Timber’s new T2 termite treatment for wall frames and roof trusses has been approved by Australian Standards TM6 committee for incorporation as an amendment to AS1604.1, which is scheduled for publication on Januar 1, 2004. A draft of the revised standard is now available.
Baulderstone Hornibrook is about to commence work on the $650 million Martha Cove project, 60km south of Melbourne.