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    News Archive for August 2009

    Peace of mind with Paarhammer

    The NATA accredited laboratory has recently tested Paarhammer bi-fold doors and found the inward opening timber bi-fold doors achieve a 150 pa water penetration rating and low 0.3 air infiltration.

    Enmatic urinal flushing systems available from Enware Australia

    Enmatic urinal flushing systems from Enware Australia have been designed to minimise excessive water use while reducing maintenance and maximising hygiene of heavily trafficked toilet areas.

    KE-ZU imports Little People pendant lamps by Kenneth Cobonpue for HIVE

    Imported by KE-ZU and available nationally, Little People pendant lamps cross the borders where light is art.

    White Colour Control Ribbon from LED Lighting

    White Colour Control Ribbon from LED Lighting enables the user to control the actual shades of white.

    Novaproducts Global introduce Stairtile

    Stairtile from Novaproducts Global provides a durable step edge for internal and external applications.

    Pictobraille completes the Melbourne Convention Centre

    Shapemakers, manufacturers of the Pictobraille range, recently completed a range of custom tactile and Braille signs in conjunction with Bentleigh Sign Company for the new Melbourne Convention Centre.

    Createc kitchen doors and panels from Polytec

    Available from Polytec, Createc's high gloss kitchen doors and panels feature a high gloss finish that can be applied to one or two sides.

    Composite Resin Access Cover and Turret from Sydney Water Tanks

    The new composite resin access cover and turret from Sydney Water Tanks integrates the extra strength of composite resin technology in the access turret and cover with reinforced steel concrete tanks.

    Wintec Systems Test Laboratory

    Wintec Systems dedication to good design practice required an in-house test laboratory to carry out R&D testing and formal NATA accredited testing.

    New home sales stabilise after First Home Owners rush

    The number of new homes sold in July increased by 0.1 per cent, following a 0.5 per cent rise in June, according to the HIA.

    Home values increase across every capital city

    Australia's housing recovery has continued in July, with solid across-the-board capital gains, according to RP Data-Rismark Home Value Index.

    Szencorp awarded highest waste rating to date

    The Szencorp Building in South Melbourne has achieved the highest waste management rating awarded to date through the National Australian Built Environment Rating System.

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