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Month in FM

New product and service launches and company news from the FM industry.

Industry partnership launches Supply Chain Sustainability School

June 20th 2012 saw the official launch of an industry Supply Chain Sustainability School, the first initiative of its kind within construction. The launch event, held at the Building Centre in London, was attended by over 90 industry leaders representing both client organisations and the supply chain.

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Low NOx level boilers boost BREEAM rating

This project forms a new centre-piece for the University of Exeter's famously hilly Steetham Campus. Working with nature's features on the site, a green corridor will connect the Forum with the wider landscape. Central to the scheme is an undulating timber grid-shell roof, which shelters and unifies a series of new student-focused spaces within. The fluid form respects the views from the city to Dartmoor.

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New Amazon HSF washers cut laundry costs

Armstrong Commercial Laundry Systems has announced the new Amazon HSF range of washer-extractors which use 20% less energy and 15% less water than the previous range. With no end in sight to the continuous increase in utility costs, the new machine's savings deliver an important benefit to the owner. In many cases it will make early replacement of existing equipment a sound decision.

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Rocol launches new improved website

Leading industrial lubricants manufacturer, ROCOL, has unveiled a new and upgraded website that is dedicated to its growing band of customers and distributors. This latest development follows the accelerated growth that the company is currently enjoying and their recent launch of dedicated social media sites.

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Infinity

New from Riegens Lighting is Infinity, a flexible modular lighting solution that offers endless combinations, minimises energy consumption and provides a continuous, light without any dark shadows.


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Kinnarps gives prometheus a seat

Workplace furniture specialist Kinnarps has a celebrity on its books, since Materia's Omni armchair landed a cameo role in this summer's Ridley Scott blockbuster, Prometheus.

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Seeing clearly thanks to the Orbis range

Featuring a sleek, minimalist appearance, the new Orbis single glazed partitioning system from Komfort is ideal for projects where standard performance is the prerequisite.

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Save time, money and even lives with abecs, the revolutionary cleaning concept from Electrolux

Did you know that toilet seats have less bacteria on them than computers, keyboards, shopping trolleys and steering wheels?

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Broadgate Business benefits from Grosvenor Technology

Over the last 15 years the JANUS access control system from Grosvenor Technology has been protecting one of London's premier business communities. Broadgate, in the City of London, has 14 office buildings, 4.4 million sq ft and 30,000 occupiers. Managed by Broadgate Estates Ltd, the estate is owned by British Land and Blackstone and creates a distinctive environment for some of the world's largest corporations and leading professional practices.

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Tarkett flooring goes boldly on

In 2006, a vast collection of Tarkett flooring was installed throughout a new build school in Boldon, South Tyneside. With over 1000 pupils attending every year, the flooring has had to withstand intensive daily use over the last 6 years. Throughout that time, Tarkett has given outstanding performance, with all the floors still looking as fresh as the day they were installed. And they are still delivering high performance, beautiful surfaces that continue to meet the needs of this busy school environment.

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