Apr 10, 2012 10:37 am
For the first phase of the upgrade of the Adcock Ingram factory in Aeroton, Gauteng, Vitrex was called on to supply change room cubicles and benches, and Bitcon Industries, a division of Vitrex, was contracted to provide fire doors.
Cristian Cottino, sales and marketing director of Vitrex, says Vitraflex change room cubicles and Bitcon Rubidor fire door and frame assemblies were supplied and installed for the main contractor, Murray & Roberts Buildings.
The white Vitraflex change room cubicles were fitted with integral vitreous enamelled steel benches. Telescopic leg anchors were used to secure the cubicles to the floor. These facilitate cleaning and improve hygiene by reducing the potential for bacterial growth at the base of the stiles.
Dec 5, 2011 8:46 am
South African company Jet Park-based Vitrex continues its exports of Vitraclad architectural cladding to the United Kingdom and recently saw the completion of another London Underground contract.
Cristian Cottino, sales and marketing director at Vitrex, says the order for 350m² of vitreous enamelled steel cladding was for installation at the City Thameslink underground station, located between Blackfriars and Farringdon on the Thameslink route. The station is being extended and refurbished as London prepares to host the summer Olympic Games in 2012.
May 30, 2011 7:18 am
Vitrex, South Africa’s leading producer of vitreous enamelled steel products for architectural applications, supplied and installed the toilet and shower cubicles at Durban’s new King Shaka International Airport.
Vic Moodley, KZN regional manager for Vitrex, says Vitraflex cubicles in a vitreous enamelled steel finish, complete with the company’s new, hygienic, telescopic, stainless steel leg anchors, were specified for the project. The selected colour was Dove Grey with a matt white aluminium polyester powder-coated finish used on all the aluminium elements.
Aug 16, 2010 10:00 pm
London’s Stratford railway station is being smartly refurbished and is set to become the principal multimodal station for the 2012 London Olympic Games.
From the other side of the globe, South Africa’s Jet Park-based Vitrex has supplied its Vitraclad vitreous enamelled steel cladding panels to the project.