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CHINO, CALIF.—Bertolini Hospitality & Design presents The Amera banquet chair. The ergonomics of the new Amera are built right into the structure of the frame and seat foundation to provide banquet and conference guests with all day comfort. The Amera features The Flex-Fit seat’s contoured S-shape saddle with high resiliency 3 lb. foam cushioning and rolled front. The Flex-Fit seat gains its unique ability to take on ergonomic characteristics, produce rock-solid durability and maintain a lightweight contribution to the chair through an innovative process referred to as blow molding.
TORONTO—Du Verre Hardware Company introduces the Argyle Collection of knobs and pulls. An iconic pattern, Argyle was born in the Scottish Highlands, home of fine whiskey and tartans. This timeless pattern has had many incarnations from the famous Scottish clans of Campbell to great knitwear and golfing gear more popular today.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and Honeywell announced they are working together to deepen facility sustainability by integrating USGBC’s new LEED Dynamic Plaque, a near-real-time monitoring tool with integrated building automation technology from Honeywell to measure and provide performance feedback to help optimize operations.
RIPON, WIS.—UniMac, a leading provider of on-premises laundry (OPL) equipment, has unveiled its UY softmount washer-extractor series, available in 20- to 275-pound capacities. With a freestanding design for easy installation, the new machines help OPLs of all sizes reduce costs and maximize throughput.
CITY OF INDUSTRY, CALIF.—CSL (Creative Systems Lighting) has introduced a collection of LED waymarkers which are approved for ADA use and UL/Listed for wet locations. The contemporary designs are CSL’s unique and architecturally interesting take on what traditionally has been an overlooked market.
SAINT-GEORGES, QUEBEC—Victor Group announced that it recently completed a comprehensive third party certification project based on the new Facts sustainability certification program for its commercial fabrics using patented Crypton performance technology. To achieve Facts certification, products must meet the rigorous, multi-attribute requirements of the NSF/ANSI 336 standard.
DALTON, GA.—Tandus Centiva, an industry leader in soft and hard surface flooring, has launched a new design, Code Series. Suzanne Tick takes the idea of digital connection and creates a design language that allows for agile transformation from one color to another. This ability to connect is celebrated by the Code Series. Available in several distinct styles, Code Series delivers innovative ways to combine large and small-scale patterns.
ROCKVILLE, MD.—The UnWallpaper Company introduces Rollerwall, an alternative to wallpaper. The tool consists of a roller having a pattern embossed on the surface. Paint is transferred from a foam roller to the pattern roller which transfers the design to the wall. The design can also be applied to floors, ceilings, furniture, fabrics, curtains, drapes, lamp shades, sheets, tablecloths, indoors, outdoors, even garage doors. It even works on cinder block and textured walls which cannot be wallpapered.
HIGHLANDS RANCH, COLO.—It’s no secret that eco-friendly initiatives and sustainability efforts are the core of adoba ecotel’s existence. The brand aims to not only continue internal efforts to reduce their carbon footprint but also continue to expand on these initiatives and grow their campaigns and eco-friendly programs even further. This desire to continue to grow and evolve has led the adoba ecotel team to a new partnership with Refresh Glass, a unique company that creates glassware and art pieces from recycled wine bottles.
SAN FRANCISCO—TerraPass, a leading carbon offset provider, has launched a new online carbon calculator. By developing a deeper understanding for carbon methodology and creating more options for calculation, now both individuals and businesses of all types and sizes can obtain a carbon footprint reading with a few simple inputs of information.
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