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    News Archive for January 2005

    Trimble dozers make the grade

    Trimble has introduced its family of next generation Grade Control Systems (GCS).

    Doors open with new stainless furniture

    DORMA Door Controls has expanded its range of hydraulic door closers and automatic door operators with the release of the DORMA 5200 series solid stainless steel door furniture and the DORMA CL600 series key n lever tubular lockset.

    Car showroom takes a shine to Ultrabond

    When the 700m² showroom floor of the John Hughes Volkswagon dealership at Victoria Park, Perth was to be retiled, Davco Construction Materials’ Ultrabond primer/bond enhancer was chosen to prepare the surface for tiling.

    Room-to-room air transfer technology

    Energy efficiency is the byword in today’s building design. A new development in room-to-room air transfer systems is the Comfort Control Centre from Fasco.

    A peak at the leak

    Water damage to buildings from burst pipes can be prevented by installing an innovative monitoring device just released by Watersave Australia.

    Green building leads water savers

    The energy-saving design of a new office building in the capital of Australia has achieved a 43 per cent reduction in water consumption compared with that of an average office building of standard design.

    Home and building expo moves south

    The Housing Industry Association (HIA) has joined forces with Australian Exhibition Services (AES) to give the building and renovating public a chance to see the home and building expos twice in one year.

    Milwaukee sanders listed in Atlas

    Milwaukee has introduced three premium quality sanders to its heavy duty range of power tools, now available through Atlas Copco Tools Australia.

    Airwell makes air conditioning a breeze

    ECP-owned Airwell’s Digital Scroll range introduces an advanced new approach to residential ducted air conditioning.

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