A potentially catastrophic blaze, which consumed the garage containing a parked vehicle adjoining a £1M house in rural Surrey, was stopped in its tracks thanks to the use of 12mm A1 non combustible Magply being chosen as the render substrate board on the contract.
A family owned fishing and holiday business in the heart of the Bedfordshire countryside is currently seeing a variety of new leisure and commercial facilities being created, with high performance Magply boards from the range of IPP Ltd. having been chosen for lining a large new caravan maintenance workshop.
Whilst best known as a phrase used in film making to signify that a particular scene or film has finished, it’s also an important term used on site. Importantly, it’s a term worth remembering - it will prevent a problem that can otherwise support wet ingress.
ROCKWOOL has been accredited with the British Board of Agrément (BBA) Agrément Certificate for its NyRock® Rainscreen 032 product.
On the 1st January 2023, the use of conventional roll DPC to provide protection against wet ingress over window and door openings in cavity walls changed.
UKCA is a new product marking that will soon be required for manufactured products placed on the market in Great Britain.
Protect-aCycle™ metal bicycle stores have been awarded improved certification acknowledging their higher levels of security and confirming their compliance with the Home Quality Mark and SBD (Secure By Design) Homes Award.
Magply magnesium oxysulfate (MOS) boards have recently undergone a stringent testing programme by the British Board of Agrément (BBA), which helps clients validate their processes and mitigate risk offering greater confidence for specifiers of the products tested.
Fire performance, chemical composition and resistance to pull-out loads were all factors considered by one of the leading national contractors in the selection of Magply MgO boards for the cladding build-up on four apartment blocks in Bristol.