ARP has announced an improvement of its Sentinel range of guttering to include a new jointing system for its half-round snap-fit guttering and an upgrading of all associated components.
ARP has reportedly seen a sharp increase in demand for its contemporary Sentinel range, as specifiers and end users alike recognise the benefits of longevity, width of colour options and cost effectiveness over PVC-U systems.
18 months in the planning, the new jointing system works through a simple process of injecting silicone into a specially designed port in a joint (or stop end) and then letting it cure, leaving no silicone residue. In addition to this, all of the components within the Sentinel Beaded Half Round range and the Vintage Ogee range have been completely redesigned and are said to feature defined lines and a superior surface finish.
ARP believes in the importance of continued advances within its supply process, so significant investment has been made in building stocks of all the new components ensuring that they can be classified as “off-the-shelf” and satisfy the demand for short lead times.