Carbon Footprint – Latham - Tread Lightly
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Carbon Footprint – Latham - Tread Lightly

Jan 2, 2023 Posted by Adam Latham

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Created: Dec 14, 2022; Published: Dec 19, 2022

Carbon Footprint – Latham - Tread Lightly

When you specify Latham products for inclusion in your project, you do it because you know that they will deliver years and years of service. Clearly, you are focused on the future.
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Created: Nov 23, 2022; Published: Nov 30, 2022

Did you know that Latham manufacture dock bumpers?

A loading dock connects the storage area of a warehouse or industrial building to the area where goods vehicles are loaded and unloaded.
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Created: Aug 26, 2022; Published: Sep 5, 2022

Lathamgrate™ Range – Contemporary Appearance and Outstanding Performance

Drainage and water management is a critical consideration in construction. Commonly used for the rapid evacuation of surface water, a trench drain is characterised by its long length, a channel-shaped body and a grating that is flush with the adjoining surface.  
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Created: Jun 6, 2022; Published: Jun 14, 2022

Stand By Your Plan

Engaging a professional at all stages of design is a sure sign that you want the best for your project. You select the architect and their design team to ensure the highest possible standard for the building and the finishes.
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Created: Apr 28, 2022; Published: May 30, 2022

What Are The Keys to Successful Installation of Latham’s Stair Tread Nosings?

Latham Australia has almost 70 years of manufacturing experience, which truly makes Latham the expert in floor safety and movement control products.
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Created: Apr 28, 2022; Published: May 24, 2022

Can I Use Tactile Indicators on Stairs?

A popular misconception about tactile indicators is that they are used to create a slip resistant surface before a potential hazard, and often results in the belief that tactile indicators can be used for slip resistance on stairs. 
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Created: Mar 14, 2022; Published: Apr 5, 2022

Expansion Joints - The Invisible Heroes of your Building

Buildings are designed to allow movement in response to various forces including thermal expansion and contraction, long-term shrinkage of structures and, in some cases, seismic activity. 
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Created: Feb 24, 2022; Published: Mar 22, 2022

What Are the Requirements For Tactile Ground Surface Indicators Under AS1428?

Almost everyone has seen Tactile Indicators – one of the vital safety products made and sold by Latham Australia. 
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Created: Feb 20, 2022; Published: Apr 21, 2022

How to Maximise the Working Life of Your Stair Tread Nosing

1. Select a Stair Nosing that is Appropriate for the Environment Where it is To Be Installed  Assess the type and volume of foot traffic and whether the nosing will be exposed to trolleys or other equipment. A lightweight profile in a high traffic area will wear quickly and result in a short lifespa...
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Created: Dec 15, 2021; Published: Feb 22, 2022

Are Stair Tread Nosings Suitable For Fire Escapes?

The Building Code of Australia (BCA) has adopted Australian Standard AS1428.1.2009 for Design for Access and Mobility and, accordingly, compliance is mandatory. The standard applies to new buildings and existing buildings that are being upgraded, altered, or refurbished.
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Created: Nov 12, 2021; Published: Nov 30, 2021

Has Your Entrance Mat Passed All Its Tests?

Entrance mats are designed to go relatively un-noticed, doing their job, day in and day out. But not all entrance mats are the same. There are some cheap and nasty imitations out there, pretending to be as good as the high-quality mats from Latham Australia. 
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Created: Oct 7, 2021; Published: Nov 25, 2021

Understanding Luminance Contrast and Compliance in Stair Tread Nosing

Whenever you are in a public area, the chances are you will encounter Stair Tread Nosings. They are installed for safety against slipping, and for improved visibility to assist the vision-impaired, as well as to protect the stairs from damage. In order to ensure fitness for purpose, there are import...
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