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    PFC Corofil Passive Fire Protection Coupling and Cable Seal

    PFC Corofil has been a market leader in passive fire protection for over 40 years. Their products have been trusted in royal households, government buildings, Heathrow terminal 5, and the Olympic Stadiums in both Sydney and Athens. Now PFC Corofil is introducing two new products to their line. Intumescent Quickstop Coupling — the world’s first injection-molded rigid PVC intumescent pipe coupler — provides effective firestopping of plastic pipework. The Quickpass Cable Seal provides dependable, engineered firestopping for cable management, through fire-rated walls and floors. For further details on these new products and existing firestopping systems, call UK 020 8391 0533.

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    Living Colors for Glass

    GlassKote delivers "living colors for glass" — giving designers, architects, builders, and home owners a sensational new material to work with, one with few boundaries or limitations of application or design. The benefits offered by GlassKote glass include unlimited color choices, ease of cleaning, no more grout or mold, heat resistance, consistent coloration, and availability in any size. The intrinsic beauty of GlassKote and its almost limitless applications have revolutionized how architects and designers around the world now work with glass. GlassKote has also been applied to architectural elements such as spandrel glass, furniture, and artistic creations.

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