Lindapter International, a specialist in steelwork connection systems, will be launching its FLS articulated beam clamp at Civils 2000. The company believes the clamp will remove the need to bend threaded rods when installing building services such as heating, ventilating and air conditioning equipment.
The FLS allows vertical drop rod connections, even though the supporting steelwork may be inclined at an angle. Its pivot unit allows the threaded rod to rotate or articulate.
Manufactured from high grade alloy steel and coated in corrosion resistant electro-zinc plating, the FLS offers guaranteed safe working load capabilities to 250kg.
Stainless UK, manufacturer of rock anchors, soil nails and tie bar systems, has recently extended its Grip-Bar range which will be on show at Civils 2000.
The manufacturer claims the Hollow Grip-Bar system is typically intended for applications where a drill bit can be attached to the end of the anchor to allow it to be drilled directly into the ground. The hollow bar can then be used for grout injection, reducing the number of operations required with conventional drilling and grouting.
'Civils 2000 is an excellent platform from which to launch new products and services. The coverage and response ensures that we achieve value for money,' said Stainless UK managing director Mike Wells.
Poletech Systems specialises in demountable foundation bases for poles and all other types of street furniture. The bases are designed to allow furniture to be demounted or removed and replaced without the need for excavation work and traffic disruption.
Poletech has produced bases for street lighting columns, bollards, pedestrian guard rails and traffic signals, as well as modular cable access chambers, demountable mini roundabouts and pedestrian refuge islands.
HRD claims that developers can now meet water company and Environment Agency discharge restraints, thanks to its new Stormcell package system. This is made up of the Stormcell storage tank, the Hydro-Brake Flow Control and Downstream Defender oil, silt and grit separator. A working model will be available for view at the show.
'Civils 2000 will provide an excellent opportunity to meet key customers face to face at one of the industry's pivotal events', said operations director Chris Williams.
Flex-Seal Couplings is offering visitors the chance to win an exclusive Flex-Seal rally jacket, following Flex-Seal's sponsorship of a rally car and close contact with driver Gavin Cox. Visitors can test their wits against Gavin in a computer rally game, and the best performance wins the prize.
On show at the exhibition will be Flex-Seal's new range of flexible saddles to join lateral pipes on to main concrete or clay pipelines, jacking pipe couplings as well as the full range of flexible couplings for low pressure applications.
Graham Woods, joint managing director, said: 'Pipelines 2000 is the premier UK exhibition for the sewerage market, therefore we consider it to be the ideal venue at which to launch our new range of flexible saddles.'
Sika is launching its latest products in waterproofing materials, concrete repair and protection and structural strengthening at Civils 2000.
Included in the launch is Sika Viscocrete, a concrete admixture range for the production of self-compacting concrete, which is said to remove the need for any vibration.
ACO will be showing its latest drainage products at Interbuild in the form of a model grand prix circuit. Visitors will be able to test their co-ordination with remote controlled cars racing around, under and through the new products.
Among these are ACO's EK range, a high capacity general purpose channel system incorporating a heavy duty galvanised steel protective edge rail that complies with forthcoming European Standards.
Gary Hatcher, product development manager, said: 'Close personal contact with customers and specifiers from each of these sectors at Interbuild will help us to ensure we provide the best possible solutions.'
Manual handling regulations, maximised operator safety andthe security of buried assets have all played a major part in the evolution of a range of new products from Norinco UK, manufacturer of access covers and gratings.
Norinco claims its T1 series of class D400 Kitemarked access covers, appearing at Civils 2000, are cost effective for sewerage, potable water, drainage and telecommunication chambers.
Managing director Michael Miles said: 'There's nothing comparable to Civils 2000 in providing an informal opportunity to discuss industry trends and to promote Norinco UK's continuing partnership with the most influential players in the civil engineering industry.'