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In January we launched IGNO: a complete mark of assurance for all of our UK designed and manufactured, non-combustible paving and decking products. Created to bring clarity to the ever-growing and occasionally bewildering Fire and Building Regulations that dictate how to build at height.
We're really proud of it.
We officially launched the Euroclass A1 fire-rated version of our high-spec paving system, PaveRail™.
Falling under the RynoTerracePave product line, PaveRail Non-Combustible is capable of withstanding high foot traffic, making it the ideal system for roof terraces.
We launched AluClip™ our patent-pending fixing system for AluTerrace aluminium decking system, with a clamp mechanism which allows for natural expansion and contraction of the metal (which causes fixing issues down the line).
Other far more exciting things happened in July but I had to include this as I've never seen a group of people get so excited about a small piece of metal before. Precious.
By the end of the Summer, it was finally safe for us to get out to site and see some of the amazing projects we'd heard all about from our customers.
The BALI Principal Award-Winning roof terrace designed by Gillespies and installed by Frosts Landscapes is one of our favourites.
Our refreshed CPD: Balcony & Terrace Flooring: Design & Compliance was launched. Specifically created to answer the questions that arise when navigating the products and systems available, the CPD has been incredibly well received so far thanks to the enthusiasm of our Calvin (pictured left). Check out the video if you want more information (or to see more of Calvin).
Our Specifier Hub was completed: a one-stop-shop with everything Architects and Specifiers could need when considering choosing a Ryno product or system for their project.
With sections for Resources, CPD Booking, Samples Requests and more, we will continue to add to the Specifier Hub until it's as useful as it possibly can be.