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Stove Vents, Log Burner Vents and Cast Iron Oven and Range ventilators

Stove Vents, Log Burner Vents and Cast Iron Oven and Range ventilators

Cast Iron Air Brick Company

The Stove and Fire Vent is the ideal interior vent to compliment a log burner or stove. The cast iron body is available in a polished pewter effect, which has been hand finished by us in our workshop or can be purchased bare metal for contractors or property owners to finish on site. The pewter finish stove vent will enhance any interiors. When the 100mm spigot is connected to an air source it provides 3000mm2 of free area for combustion air for a room fitted with a log burner or stove up to 10KW. Double up for larger appliances.
New Generation 7000

New Generation 7000

Miele GB

New Generation 7000Innovation Generation 7000Our most intuitive range everNew Generation 7000We believe that there is no limit to how far you can push excellence. And since Miele was founded in 1899, we have proved it time and again with our pioneering technology, obsessive craftsmanship and refined design. Now with Generation 7000 we have set another new benchmark.DESIGNDesign VitroLineSTYLISH GLASS | TIMELESS | MODERNDesign PureLineHORIZONTAL LINES | EMPHASIS ON GLASS | DISTINCTIVE HANDLEDesign ArtLine MINIMALIST | HANDLELESS | PERFECT INTEGRATIONDesign ContourLineCLASSIC | STAINLESS STEEL | FUNCTIONALAWARD-WINNING DESIGN BY MIELEreddot design award awarded for the design lines ArtLine, VitroLine and ContourLine.iF design award 2019 awarded for the design lines VitroLine and ArtLine.MIELE PRESENTS THE WORLD'S FIRST DIALOG OVEN Miele’s Dialog oven changes everything we know about cooking. With its revolutionary technology you can create the unimaginable. Sensors maintain a constant dialogue with the ingredients to cook food in its entirety. Put in meat, fish and vegetables at the same time and each item will be cooked to perfection. Welcome to a new era of excellence.OVENSTASTECONTROLOverbaking and overcooking is a thing of the past. At the end of the cooking cycle, the door opens automatically, rapidly cooling the oven. And a maintenance temperature can be set so that food stays warm, or meat can rest.STEAM COMBINATION OVENSDUALSTEAMIntroducing our most powerful steam oven to date. DualSteam seals in flavour and nutrients fast and also maintains extremely uniform temperature and humidity throughout the oven. It’s so uniform, in fact, settings can be made in one degree increments and sous vide cooking is possible.INDUCTION HOBSINTELLIGENT PAN RECOGNITIONWherever a pot or pan is moved on the full-surface induction hob, its heat setting is retained. That means much more freedom and flexibility when cooking a meal with multiple elements.
Keen Cook's Kitchen

Keen Cook's Kitchen

SieMatic Holding GmbH

A keen cooks kitchen with a large island and the finest Gaggenau ovens form an integral part of this design. The stunning kitchen also incorporated a fabulous dining and living area, which created a wonderfully atmospheric central space.
SieMatic Handle-less Kashmir

SieMatic Handle-less Kashmir

SieMatic Holding GmbH

This project was part of a total renovation of an existing property, with the kitchen being part of a new, contemporary extension created in the old garage. A large open kitchen with lots of storage and a work/prep area suitable for a client who needed two sinks, ovens and dishwasher. Not only practical for day to day use, but also stylish and part of a larger open plan living space.
Grade II Listed Kitchen Extract

Grade II Listed Kitchen Extract

Kompozit'All UK

application area: commercial kitchen extractuse type: school kitchen air extractionproject scope: line brick duct with four linersadded value: 25-year guarantee on liner, no need to fit and maintain chimney fansBackgroundVentilFlex-25 engineers were to supply and install a bespoke kitchen canopy solution for a grade 2 listed school building in Hampshire. The bespoke canopy could not be fixed to the walls or the ceiling, which was 14 meters high.The 20-metre ventilation shaft had metal supporting crossbars. This made it impossible for any rigid extraction ducting system to be installed without affecting the integrity of the structure. The client opted for a kitchen extraction system with a different approach – VentilFlex-25 RKV – a composite liner solution supplied in a flat and soft state. The bespoke-made liners are useful for ducts where access is difficult or if the duct has bends and offsets.The main challenge of this installation was to insert and inflate 4 VentilFlex-25 RKV liners simultaneously. This way the liners would fill the available duct space evenly and act as a single large liner.Statement of workThe steaming took a few hours, during which the high temperature started a chemical reaction in the composite structure which solidified the resin and gave the liners their final physical characteristics – tensile strength, high corrosion-resistance, high heat-resistance and an air-tight finish. The new VentilFlex-25 RKV liners provide an outlet for the gases coming from 3 combi ovens, 2 range ovens a fryer and a grill.
Arbordeck Awards 2021 Winner - Deck of the Year, Craig Cwm Celle Salem

Arbordeck Awards 2021 Winner - Deck of the Year, Craig Cwm Celle Salem

Trex by Arbor Forest Products

Installer: Simon Thomas Deck & Design Location: Swansea Products used: Trex Transcend® in Island Mist and Tiki Torch, Trex Signature® Railings, Trex CustomCurve™ oven Simon Thomas Deck & Design utilised several popular Trex products to create this deck in Swansea, resulting in an eye-catching outdoor space named as Deck of the Year at the 2021 Arbordeck Awards.  The inspiration Both creativity and skill were at the top of the agenda for this deck, which features a striking inlay design inspired by the Celtic symbol, triquetra.  The detail Through the use of several Trex products and complementary accessories, Simon Thomas Deck & Design was able to create an outdoor living space as practical as it is beautiful.  Popular Trex Transcend® shade Island Mist was used as the deck’s main colour, accented by Tiki Torch borders. Alongside these outer borders, the deck also features     Trex Signature® Railing – the ideal safety solution that doesn’t compromise on aesthetics.  However, the standout feature of this deck is its unique inlay; a curved snake design that runs across the full length of the deck. Inspired by the Celtic symbol triquetra, the one-of-a-kind feature showcases Simon’s skill in using the Trex CustomCurve™ oven to create perfectly-shaped and sized composite decking boards.  The installation of this deck also tested Simon’s skill thanks to its location. Working on his own, he successfully built the deck on a balcony on the side of a steep bank which was 14 feet high.   The full effectUsing the perfect combination of creativity and skill, this Swansea-based deck provides the homeowner with a real ‘wow’ factor outdoor space. 
Biscuit factory use FasTop TG69 flooring solution

Biscuit factory use FasTop TG69 flooring solution

Sherwin-Williams

Resin flooring systems from Sherwin-Williams for food and drink manufacturing areas are seamless, strong, slip-resistant and safe for pedestrian traffic. Textured products including FasTop TG69 are independently tested as having low slip potential when tested with the TRRL Pendulum method promoted by the Health & Safety Executive.In order to reduce the impact on daily operations and allow food production to continue, FasTop TG69 is low odour and can be installed as quickly as possible in line with fast-track programmes to avoid disrupting manufacturing procedures as much as possible.This flooring system can withstand high temperatures, thermal exposure to reflective heat from ovens, as well as heavy impact, heavy machinery and equipment, and a high volume of footfall. It can also resist particularly harmful chemicals used as part of the Clean-In-Place CIP process such as caustic soda, nitric and phosphoric acid.
Case Study Sutton Station – Breathing new life into an old station

Case Study Sutton Station – Breathing new life into an old station

Twinfix Limited

Sutton station, owned and operated by Network Rail needed refurbishment. The station was showing signs of its age, with the old timber work in need of replacing, the roof leaking and the glass roof sections in need of some TLC. Due to their age, the glass roof sections had become fragile and had subsequently broken, Also because of the difficulty in safely cleaning them, they were proving more of a light blocker, than a source of natural light.It was decided that the glass roof sections would need replacing and in order to do this, Twinfix were consulted by Network Rail and asked to offer a solution. Twinfix were mindful of the aesthetics of the station but were also very aware that they could offer something which would provide a long-term solution for the station. Utilising their Multi-Link-Panel System, Twinfix put forward a solution which would do justice to the refurbishment work, the station was receiving whilst bringing the roof up to date and delivering an outcome which would last the test of time. By replacing the old steel and glass sections with their sustainable aluminium and polycarbonate Multi-Link-Panel System, Twinfix’s proposed solution would maintain the look and feel of the old roof, but deliver something which is virtually unbreakable, doesn’t need repairing or regular replacement and would allow routine cleaning to be carried out, keeping the station flooded with light. By replacing the old glass with a slightly obscured 6mm polycarbonate, the light inside the station would be diffused rather than harsh, and significantly brighter than the current situation.The new system would not only last the rigours of time, but is made of sustainable materials. Polycarbonate has minimal impact on the environment and is fully recyclable at the end of its long life. Polycarbonate panels, used in place of glass can be manufactured to give the same look as more traditional glass with features such as Georgian wired but with a significant weight saving. This weight saving means that transportation, manual handling of lifting is easier and requires less energy, plus the structural elements can be reduced as the weight they are required to support is reduced. The result is a total saving on energy and materials needed for installation. Once installed polycarbonate is considerably stronger than glass and is unlikely to break. Depending upon the requirements and location of the installation, Twinfix manufacture a ‘non-fragile’ version which, in testing could withstand far greater impact than an equivalent glass panel. This is especially good for areas where people might accidentally step or fall onto the panels such as rail station roofs. This inherent toughness also reduces the need to replace the glazing panel as often as glass and with UV coatings the panel doesn’t yellow with age or become brittle.Aluminium is known as the ‘Green metal’ due to its ability to be recycled again and again, without degradation of its inherent properties. Recycling aluminium also saves 95% of the energy required in the production of aluminium from raw materials. Compared to traditional steel, aluminium is approximately 2.5 times lighter, strength for strength, so again there is a weight saving comparable to that associated with polycarbonate over glass. Unlike steel, aluminium will not rust, and the application of powder coating will prevent corrosion. Powder coating is a pigment encapsulated in a powdered resin and then cured in an oven to harden the paint surface.Working with the roofing contractor, G.S. Moore, and as part of the larger station refurbishment, delivered by BAM Nuttall, Twinfix were able to replace the existing damaged glass roof in the entrance, the footbridge and the platform adding up to an area over 340 metres square, bathing the covered areas in natural light.Vicky Evans, Director at Twinfix, said; “It was a pleasure working with the team at Network Rail, G.S.Moore and BAM Nuttall. Sutton Station roof was in a dramatic need of replacement. We are proud of the finished product and that we were able to offer a long-term solution that delivers the aesthetic charm of the old roof, increases light levels for passengers, improves safety for all using the station and offers a sustainable, future proof outcome. We look forward to being part of delivering more excellent results for our clients in the future.”

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