Roco Fitting’s range of ironmongery for cupboards and wardrobes: The invisi lock, central locking systems, mortice locks, drawer locks, push locks, slam locks, screws, fasteners, pneumatic equipment and tools, silicones and adhesives and tubing…
The Herbish Strip Channel is attractive and discreet and incorporates, in addition to standard features such as floor and wall waterproofing flanges, levelling brackets and screws to facilitate installation. The channel is installed flush with the floor improving safety of foot traffic and by using lock down screws.
Instructions on how to install Habito™ Drywall. The following system components are required: Gyproc Habito Board, Habito Ultrasteel Stud, Donn Ultrasteel Safety Track, Gyproc Habito High Performance Screws, Gyproc Rhinolite Multipurpose Plaster, Fischer Screws…
The best possible tiles will not give satisfactory service without careful preparation of the underlying floor and the correct type of adhesive. It is vital that the floor should be clean, dry and level, without trace of dust, wax, grease, oil, solvents etc. Sheets of plywood or hardboard, at least 4mm thick, can be used to cover wooden floors prior to the laying of the tiles. Boards should be fixed with screws, counter sunk or serrated nails at approximately 150mm intervals over the face and approximately 100mm intervals along the edges. Moisture content of screed must not exceed 3%. This should be checked prior to installation. If in doubt consult adhesive manufacturers.
Leading interior building solutions group, Saint-Gobain Gyproc, introduced an industry-first high strength drywall into South Africa last month. Habito™ features technical benefits previously unseen in the drywall category.
The series of CPD-accredited training courses arranged by the Southern African Light Steel Frame Building Association (Sasfa) have made their mark in 2016. This is according to Sasfa director, John Barnard. “We are seeing a growing interest in these courses in line with the excellent growth in popularity of LSFB in South Africa,” Barnard says adding that the RSA market for LSFB is estimated to already be worth about R1 billion per annum.
Designed by Eugene Barnard Architects with engineering input from Hull Consulting Engineers, House du Preez, built by Eco Log Homes, is an elegant, yet robust answer to a client brief that called for a rustic, yet luxurious off-grid home.
TAL is extremely proud to have been part of the newest public art installation in Johannesburg – the Ndzundza/ Nzunza portrait. Artist Hannelie Coetzee has created a 10m high mosaic on the western façade of the Nzunza House (formerly North City House) which City Property have gifted to the city. The TAL technical team supplied a bespoke product and specification for this prestigious project.