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Actionair revises product literature as CE marking becomes mandatory

Actionair is revamping its published specification information to coincide with the start of mandatory CE marking in the UK, which started on 1 July.
Part of Ruskin Air Management, Actionair is revising its product literature in three stages, with a 40-page catalogue covering its Smoke Shield PTC damper range now available.

Charles Shillitoe, head of marketing, said: 'CE marking is changing the landscape for damper specification and we felt our customers needed a completely up-to-date set of technical literature to support them at this important time. The advent of CE marking has increased demand for detailed technical information and installation guidance.'

The revised catalogue provides complete and approved installation methods. It also outlines the industry's approved Guide to Good Practice: Installation of Fire and Smoke Dampers (DW/145), produced by the Building & Engineering Services Association (B&ES). This emphasises the need for a co-ordinated approach to damper installation supported by clients, designers, specifiers and installers.

It also looks at how all team members can meet their responsibilities by making sure they understand all aspects of the process, from design to handover, and that they do not solely concentrate on their own area of expertise.

The publication of the Smoke Shield catalogue will be quickly followed by another covering Actionair's Fire Shield range and a third detailing its CSS dampers later this year.

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9 September 2013


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