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ProWall’s new 60 year BBA certificate

pwbbaThe granting of a BBA certificate is industry proof of the quality of the ProWall system, and SAS (Europe) are now proud owners of one of only a handful of 60 year durability certificates on the market today.

This certificate is a result of several years of development, as well as rigorous testing both on site and in a laboratory environment.

 Even though the ProWall system had the approval of the likes of the NHBC (National House Building Council), we felt that as a company the only way to truly prove the product was to gain a BBA Agrement Certificate and show ProWall’s true class!

The system itself can be used in both the 60 year durability guise as well as a 30 year version, the main difference being in the bead material, the 60 year version utilises stainless steel beads to give it the extended durability, the 30 year system using UPVC, whichever you decide to use, the BBA certificate supports both options.

With its innovative design features such as the 75mm wide battens, along with the integral slip joint and intumescent strips, taking into account requirements for differential movement and most importantly fire, the ProWall system provides an effective yet pleasing finish to any building!

For more information on ProWall you can follow the link to the ProWall page here http://www.sas-europe.com/brands/prowall/, alternatively you can contact the team on 01647 24620 or by emailing us at info@sas-europe.com.

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