Synseal’s product offering to its fabricator customers is arguably the most comprehensive, relevant and forward-thinking in the industry and it has now been brought together in one easy-to-access technical literature folder that has commercial specifiers and housebuilders firmly in mind.
“For the last two years Synseal has pushed beyond the boundaries of PVC-U extruder, and become an indispensable supplier and business partner to a growing customer base,” Mark Schlotel, Synseal’s Head of Marketing explained. “As part of that relationship we have published a folder containing information on all of our products so that they can be accessed easily, and used as a specification and project design tool.”
Synseal has increasingly turned its attentions to the commercial sectors, with significant results. The company is being specified on retail projects, leisure facilities, hospital and school refurbishments, commercial offices, as well as new-build housing.
The new ring-bound technical folder has been carefully designed with housebuilders and specifiers in mind. Comprehensive yet concise information on every one of Synseal’s product ranges is provided by individual technical brochures, so folder contents can be tailored to meet specific customer requirements.
The technical literature folder contains all information from which specifiers may make detailed design and planning proposals including product ranges, and technical information including thermal values, dimensions and accreditations. An example is the sub section on SkySpace, Synseal’s custom-designed aluminium portal frame that supports wide spanning glazed roof structures for commercial or residential premises.
The literature explains how portal frame legs locate into purpose-designed base plates, and the sleeved aluminium profiles are bolted together in ‘Meccano-fashion’ that include purlins and welded angled trusses, as required, to provide a support structure for the roof glazing above. Technical drawings illustrate elements of the assembly.
The technical folder also contains extensive information on Synseal’s industry leading PVC-U window and door profile system, Legend, which has been designed to be the ideal system for commercial tenders, including meeting the requirements of the Code for Sustainable Homes.
Mark also explained that the technical folder was designed to help fabricators present themselves professionally to their installer customers and building clients. “We have designed this suite of literature to assist our customers in presenting Synseal products in a professional and appropriate manner, whilst also allowing them to specify our products in the context of the whole design and build.”
In addition to SkySpace and Legend, other sections in the technical folder include: a corporate overview of Synseal; technical brochures for the SynerJy and Shield profiles; Global roof; Global Glass insulated glass units; Evolve range; and an extensive Hardware catalogue.