April events spotlight: SSR2 and Thermally broken lintels
Throughout April, Catnic will be showcasing its latest product innovations across the UK. The trade exhibitions are an ideal opportunity to experience Catnic’s extensive product range first hand, as well as ask our expert teams any questions they may have about the full Catnic portfolio.
NMBS exhibition at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry - 11th April
To find out more about the event and register to attend, please visit https://www.nmbs-exhibition.co.uk
ArchitectEx 2018 exhibition at St. George’s Hall, Liverpool - 11th – 12th April
To find out more about the event and to register to attend, please visit http://www.architex2018.com
ecoSHOWCASE at the BRE academy, Derby - 17th April
To find out more about the event and to register to attend, please visit https://www.ecoshowcase.co.uk
Haynes International Motor Museum, Somerset - 25th April
To find out more about the event and to register to attend, please visit https://www.cbuilde.com/events/buildeng-south-west-2018-conference-and-exhibition/
Catnic’s experienced technical team will be focussing on two main products at the events – SSR2 and Thermally Broken Lintels. The SSR2 system is the latest addition to the Catnic product range. Manufactured from Tata Steel’s Colourcoat HPS200 Ultra® pre-finished steel, the system is a cost effective alternative to traditional copper and zinc. Additionally, the product range includes eight different colours and Galvalloy® metallic coating, providing a sustainable and modern roofline for any property; for pitched roofs as low as 5°.
Visitors to the exhibitions will also be able to learn more about the free SSR2 training courses held each month at Catnic’s training centre in Caerphilly, aimed at providing a practical overview of the system and guidance on all stages of the installation process.
The Catnic team will also be showcasing our Thermally Broken Lintel range, the most thermally efficient steel lintel solution on the market. The revolutionary product offers a unique, practical solution to meeting both Building Regulations and a ‘fabric first’ approach to building design. Combining steel strength with thermal insulating properties, the unique design delivers high thermal performance, reducing heat loss through window head details by a significant 96%.
Crucially, customers can convert easily from traditional lintels to TBL without any structural concerns as the range provides the same safe working loads as the rest of the Catnic lintel range.