Introducing a new range of medical products known as Mac Care to our existing range of catering equipment. Stainless steel washroom accessories; surgeons scrub-up units; sluice sinks; slophoppers; drip sinks; mortuary equipment; laboratory equipment.
As passionate as we are about design, we are equally committed to providing the best quality and service. Caesarstone has received worldwide recognition for our commitment to quality, safety and environmental standards. Each and every one of our surfaces are carefully inspected to ensure it meets the highest level of international quality standards. We provide every client with a comprehensive Lifetime Warranty and professional customer support.
CLAROFLEX® frameless system, a practical alternative to conventional balcony glazing and standard glass curtain systems. CLAROFLEX® system works by panels sliding over the tracks without complex bearings making it the most reliable on the market. All the materials and components used by CLAROFLEX® are equivalent to the leading upvc & aluminium brands in the market, fulfilling all quality and security requirements and standards. CLAROFLEX® minimises the wearing of the system by the regular use, which means higher reliability and security. CLAROFLEX® produce a reliable system based on an exquisite simplicity.
Stand 47 is a contemporary, state-of -the-art, modern and architecturally engaging home that demonstrates the concepts of adaptability, innovation and efficiency using Saint-Gobain products. The home is being built as a "case study" using state of the art building materials with the main structure constructed using a light steel frame system. Light steel frame construction systems offer effective solutions meeting the objectives of the Stand 47 project, being to provide a showcase of how best to design and spec contemporary homes using innovative and sustainable building materials.
In November last year Saint-Gobain announced its collaboration in a case study project known as Stand 47, at Monaghan Farm on the outskirts of Johannesburg. The project will see the building of an energy-efficient home and will serve as a case study to demonstrate that housing in South Africa can be successfully executed using predominantly energy-efficient materials and still provide the qualities of permanence and longevity associated with traditional homes.
A recent survey by Saint-Gobain Gyproc to better understand what South Africans want in their homes revealed that 79% of people want their homes to be more flexible, 75% like the versatility of working from home and 77% want their homes to be comfortable all year-round.
Interior building solutions group, Saint-Gobain Gyproc, driven by their commitment to creating a sustainable habitat for future generations, is the first local manufacturer to complete a unique critical Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) on their products.