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PRODUCTNEWS WWW.HPMMAG.COM For any product you want more information on, whether on this page or throughout the magazine, simply note the enquiry number that is shown and fill out the reader enquiry card. Your enquiry will be dealt with quickly to help you and your business... Makita expands laser measuring range Makita has expanded its range with a further laser distance measure and an additional cross line laser. The new Makita LD030P laser distance measure is designed for indoor application with a range from two metres to 30 metres. This is a useful three function measure to enable a single measure or distance tracking function and full area calculation. The Class two laser generates a marker point that is clearly visible at 30 metres and actually gives a point diameter of six millimetres at ten metres away from the measure. Comfortable for hand-held measuring, just 117x53x25mm in size and robustly built with edge protectors, the new Makita LD030P is ideal for all interior measurements. The latest cross line laser, the Makita SK104Z, has clear line visibility up to 15 metres and will reach 60 metres with the detector with the laser in pulse mode, which also reduces battery consumption. The main improvement on this new model is the increased return of the cross-lines in both vertical and horizontal directions. This means the projection of the lines is not only visible to the front surface, but they are projected back across the ceiling area, floor area, and side walls of a room, ideal for stud work or pipe work applications. This versatile and robustly built laser is supplied as a comprehensive kit with magnetic holding adaptor, target plate, carry pouch and full operating instructions. Top quality knee protection 16 APRIL 2016 HEATING & PLUMBING MONTHLY enquiry number 104 Give yourself the best possible protection with a range of kneepads that are tough on impact and effective on protection. Snickers’ range of revolutionary Kneepads delivers cutting edge protection to those who work on their knees. Whether you’re a craftsman or woman working in tough working environments, floorlaying or just need all-round knee protection, there’s a Kneepad in the Snickers range to suit the job you’re doing. They’re all ergonomically designed to suit a wide range of on-site working environments and will mould around your knees for maximum comfort on rough, damp ground and help ward off niggly knee problems and long-term injuries. Every Kneepad in the range is comfortable and efficiently designed to fit the KneeGuard™ Positioning System on every pair of Snickers WorkTrousers, so you can pick and choose whatever you need for the job in hand. Advance adds compact buffer store Advance Appliances has added a new size to its popular buffer store range. The small and compact 20 litre stainless steel buffer store measures just 280mm diameter by 535mm height, including foam insulation. The buffer has one inch female connections at each end and comes with wall brackets for vertical wall mounting. The store can be used in sealed systems up to three bar pressure. Designed for use with a heat pump, the buffer adds volume to the system, preventing the heat pump from shorting and keeping it working more efficiently. It can also be used with wood burners and biomass as accumulators, maximising gain from these fuel technologies. enquiry number 105 enquiry number 106 Compact vanity unit unveiled The new Linton compact vanity unit, complete with sit on ceramic basin, is a perfect solution where space is at a premium. Linton is a floor standing furniture range in a choice of gloss white or dark elm finishes and comes in a 600mm wide two door option or a single door, compact alternative measuring 450mm wide by 255mm in depth, both with fitted basin. The basin can be complemented with the Geo Atlas WC pan with an added water saving feature, allowing adjustment down to four and 2.6 litre flushing. FLIR offers instant troubleshooting The new Spot Thermal Camera features the FLIR Lepton® core that is the size of a smart phone SIM card. This makes the new TG130 lightweight, ergonomic and pocket portable so it is always available for instant troubleshooting. Simply aim the instrument at a target object or surface to measure the temperature, then click the trigger to freeze and view the image. The FLIR TG130 is ideal for spotting thermal anomalies which can then be flagged for more detailed thermal inspection. The same unit can be used for looking at heat loss, bad electrical connections, HVAC performance and source water leaks. It’s a good toolbox instrument for anyone involved in plant or facilities maintenance. enquiry number 107 enquiry number 108


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