Wolf Systems makes timber engineering easy
Engineered timber specialist, Wolf Systems, has launched a new website that’s as easy to use as its range of products.
The result of a redesign, the new site (www.wolfsystem.co.uk) has a clear and logical structure that is very easy to navigate, guiding users straight to the information they need. All the main sections are prominently displayed on a highly visible yellow task-bar at the top of every page so that nothing is more than a couple of clicks away.
Wolf Systems improves production
Wolf Systems, the Coventry-based timber engineering specialist, has introduced an innovative new box taping machine designed to benefit Wolf’s employees, customers and the environment.
From West to East ride raises over £3000 for charity
A team from Trustspan Timber Engineering, a Wolf Systems’ customer, has completed a challenging a two-day cycle ride – and raised over £3000 for Bowel Cancer UK. The 11-strong team, pictured, set off from Whitehaven in Cumbria and finished in Saltburn in North Yorkshire, a distance of over 160 miles.
easi-joist® helps achieve 'outstanding' BREEAM accolade
Wolf Systems’ easi-joist metal-web joists have played a crucial role in the design of one of the UK’s most energy-efficient new buildings, the Shrewsbury centre of animal welfare charity Dogs Trust. The project is one of only six buildings in the UK ever to have received an “Outstanding” rating under the BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method) energy rating method.
Truss Form Ltd now manufactures easi-joist®
Truss Form Ltd based in Rossendale, Lancashire starts manufacturing Wolf Systems’ easi-joist metal-web joists to meet continued increase in demand.
Wolf Systems launches super-quiet floor detail
Wolf Systems, manufacturer of the popular easi-joist metal-web system, has joined forces with insulation specialist, Thermal Economics, to develop a low-cost method of constructing Part E-compliant suspended timber floors.
The design, which incorporates a layer of Thermal Economics’ high performance Isorubber TF insulating material, is being developed as an alternative to Robust Detail E-FT3 for structural timber separating floors using metal-web joists. The proposed Robust Detail promises not just to be more economical than the existing one but will also offer significantly better performance in reducing sound transfer between dwellings.
Wolf Systems paves the way for a more economical future
In line with other Wolf Group companies across Europe, Wolf Systems in the UK is working towards a reduction in its CO² emissions.
The company has recently announced a major investment in its UK manufacturing operation with the installation of PV panels on the roofs of the company’s three factories in Coventry.
Easi with Wolf Systems - the future is on the horizon with Wolf Systems
Wolf Systems, stand S1554, Ecobuild, London Excel, 20 - 22 March 2012. At this year’s Ecobuild, Wolf Systems will be launching ground-breaking new software. After eighteen months of development, and using the latest technology, the software delivers new opportunities for manufacturers involved in timber engineering construction.