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Housing : July 2009
What’s New on theMarket what’s new the perfect packer Multifixings have added a range of multipurpose plastic frame packers to their extensive range of solid plastic packers. The packers can be used for aligning battens, dry lining, shop fitting, cladding, window and door frames, panelling, stone works, paving and flooring.And because they are made of plastic the packers will not rot. Multifixings says the packers are designed to be userfriendly and are colour coded for easy identification. They are available in 1mm increments up to 6mm, have retainers to grip around screws and bolts, and cavities to allow them to be embedded in sealants. For more information call 02 9831 8844. get the edge BAHCO’s Handsaw System is a revolutionary new system featuring 10 different highperformance, interchangeable blades to cover all common materials and applications of laminate and flooring. no more spills After years of spilling paint cans, professional painter Terry Randolph has come up with the perfect solution. One hundred per centAustralian-made and owned, Spillguard prevents paint from spilling or splashing, even when the pot is upside down. The unique Spillguard design allows you to gather paint on the brush without it running into the rim of the can, and prevents paint from drying in the pot, considerably increasing the paint’s pot-life. Spillguard will also help keep your brush handle clean throughout the job. According to Spillguard you can even leave your paint can hanging from a ladder while moving it about the job site, without the worry of paint slopping out and leaving a mess. For more information call 02 9986 2844 or visit www.spillguard.com.au 6 According to BAHCO, the handsaw system features an asymmetrical design that eliminates pressure points and stops the hand sliding on the handle.Available for both leftand right-handed users, the high-quality aluminium body ensures rigidity and protects the locking mechanism. The blades are thicker for stability and precision with low friction coating and the unique blade locking system ensures no play between the handle and blade when assembled. The extended index finger support increases precision and two different handle sizes provide maximum grip, comfort and safety. For more information call 1300 728 177 or visit www.bahco.com HOUSING JULY 2009