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    News Archive for June 2004

    Wheelchair lift

    The Terry Wheelchair lift for low rise indoor and outdoor installation is available from PR King & Sons.

    Low E glass launched

    Pilkington has launched Pilkington Eclipse Advantage, the world’s first pyrolytic reflective low E glass.

    NSW Case Earth Awards

    NSW winners in the six categories of Case Earth Awards were announced in Sydney on June 18, 2004 before an audience of 700 civil contractors. Winning projects included the redevelopment of a contaminated industrial site into a 35-ha residential estate with a revitalised natural creek; and major highway works north of Sydney which features special under and overpasses for native fauna.

    First-class finish

    Products from Flowcrete Australia including Flowcoat SF41 composite epoxy resin flooring and Flowcoat Quartz sealer were recently specified for the floor of a new automotive dealership in NSW.

    Ride-on trowel

    Kennards Concrete Care has added a ride-on concrete trowel to its range of specialist equipment for concrete surface preparation.

    Why Sadlerstone was the choice

    Tiles from Sadlerstone were specified for a restaurant that featured in the Channel Seven reality show ‘My Restaurant Rules.’

    Cummins DFEK units for Pace Farm

    Five new Cummins generator sets are on standby to provide emergency power at Wattle Ridge, where Pace Farm has 720,000 birds that are producing around 690,000 eggs a day.

    Metal tiles

    Empradoor Metalcote has announced the release of a new range of Metalcote doors that can be used in conjunction with Metalcote tiles.

    Solid Surface debuts

    Staron is a new solid surface product now available in Australia from Austaron.

    Floor levelling

    Davco Construction Materials has released the Lanko range of floor levelling products.

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