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    News Archive for September 2005

    Built-in bacterial resistance

    Tile Paint and Laminate Paint from Taubmans White Knight Paints have been reformulated to include the Microban additive that aids in the control of bacterial activity, mould and fungi.


    Projectors really out of sight

    Herma has released the C-Lift projector lift, ideal for those concerned with aesthetics and security as the projector is kept safely out of the viewing room when not in use.


    Cyclone-plated fasteners

    Buildex now has RoofZIPS roof fasteners that are already assembled with cyclone plates.


    A philosophical approach

    LVL Hybeam products from futurebuild were used in a Victorian project because they met the builder and designer’s philosophies about sustainability and energy efficiency.


    Fly to Europe via Forbo

    Entries are now being called for the 2006 Fly Forbo and Fly to Europe competition.


    Dial-in dual-grade laser

    Cutting Edge Lasers, represented in Australia by Policansky, has released the geo-Fennel FL400HA-G dial-in dual-grade laser, with a low price but offering precision dual-grade laser levelling.


    Laminex’s Formica takes the floor

    The Laminex Group has laid down a new laminate flooring option, with the arrival this month of Formica Flooring.


    Line laser offers 5 mW to 30 mW power output

    Cutting Edge Lasers and Z-Laser, represented in Australia by Policanksy, have released the Runner a compact, powerful line laser that measures 20 cm x 4.5 cm but offers power output levels from 5 mW to 30 mW.


    Cut-resistant glove

    Ansell has released a glove for tradespeople which features cut-resistant material.


    Building Codes Board launches certification scheme

    The ACBC has launched CodeMark, a building product certification scheme.


    Acrylic insulation windows

    An acrylic window is placed and held on the PVC sub frame by a continuous magnetic strip which is set into a PVC channel.


    Notebook arm avoids sore neck and headaches

    Atdec’s Spacedec Swingarm Notebook arm finally allows people who use their notebook on their desk to avoid a sore neck and headaches.


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