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    News Archive for June 2006

    New Chief website

    Chief Manufacturing has announced a newly designed company website, and the release of new service programs geared toward making it easier than ever to do business with Chief.

    Meditek stair chair lift

    Easy Living Home Elevators are proud to provide a range of Meditek stair chair lifts that transport a person up and down a stairway

    Planex and the Environment

    Planex is conscious of the environmental impact of both its processes and products and consistently reviews ways in which its environmental footprint can be minimised.

    GNSS infrastructure network in Western Australia

    Trimble has announced it has supplied Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) reference stations and VRSTM (Virtual Reference Station) software to establish a GNSS infrastructure network in Western

    Anotec Odour Control for portable toilets

    Non toxic and biodegradable, Anotec Blue SFTY-100 is suitable for portable toilets, aircraft toilets and camping toilets. It is available in 1l twin chamber bottles; 5l, 25l, 200l and 1000l containers.

    Ladder safety often misunderstood

    Latest statistics reveal an alarming number of falls from “height related” injuries which cost New South Wales industry almost $90 million.

    Australia joins Topcon Positioning Systems

    Topcon Corporation’s machine control, GPS, laser and survey operations in Australia and New Zealand are to be substantially boosted, with the announcement that Topcon’s sales, marketing and support activities in Australia will become part of Topcon Positioning Systems, headquartered in Livermore, California.

    Insect Screens that really do disappear

    The term ‘disappearing screen’ has long been associated with retractable insect screens. The screen’s mesh is stored into housing at the jamb when the door is opened.

    Fall arresting harness range

    SALA, represented in Australia by 3M, will launch its new SureFit harness range at the Safety In Action show in Melbourne in late March, 2004.

    Tie-back lanyard range

    SALA, a division of 3M, has launched their new tie-back lanyard range. It offers the industry a safe and simple solution to tie-back applications. The range is manufactured with an integral heavy duty protective outer sheath that provides extra abrasion resistance against rough surfaces.

    Pest inspections by Aussie Spect

    A termite inspection is an inspection of the building and property, including roof void, sub floor, internal and external timbers, trees, and fences within the property boundaries. cracks 3-minute trade search has announced it has passed its 13,000th on-line trade request, with the average time to find a trades person anywhere in the country dropping to three minutes.

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