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K-Proform System Stands Test of Time in High Traffic Area

Kerry McAuliffe from KerMac Industries visited the Auckland War Memorial Museum for the 100 year anniversary commemorations of the landing of the Anzacs in Gallipoli to pay his respects. KerMac was engaged by Hawkins Interiors in conjunction with Peddle Thorpe Architects to complete bathroom renovations at the museum's Welcome Centre in 2009. The K-Proform system was installed, and after six years in a high traffic area, it's still looking as good as new (as pictured above).

The K-Proform system features 30mm thick, moisture-resistant board to front panels and doors with post-formed 12mm radius edging, giving this design a sleek, smooth look. This system sits on 100mm aluminium blade pedestals, which provide superior stability and ensure a long-lasting system that looks superb. The HPL laminate used in this job is Laminex Licorice Linea.

"KerMac designs long-lasting and durable toilet and shower partitioning systems manufactured to a high standard so clients don't have to worry about replacing their partitioning any time soon," Kerry says.

KerMac also has an extensive range of different design options and products to suit any environment or look required. KerMac specialises in working with architects and designers to achieve their desired vision.

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May 2015 EBOSSNOW Case Studies
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