Published On: Tue, Sep 16th, 2014

K2 conservatory roof technical brochure now available

K2-technical-guide-PR-imageSynseal has published an authoritative technical brochure detailing its proven and advanced K2 conservatory roof system.

The no-nonsense K2 roof brochure presents all the key design features including the adjustable eaves beam connector, jack rafter, glass paddle valley glazing stop, self-supporting box gutter with internal brace, choice of aluminium or PVC-U end caps and fixed or variable ridge options providing roof pitch adjustment from 17.5o to 37.5o.   Cross-section drawings and glazing bar assembly summaries provide a handy technical reference source.  A style guide illustrates the range of popular footprint design options, colour finishes and roof glazing specifications which include Synseal’s exclusive Celsius performance glass.  A special section also details the very latest Capella modular orangery options, which can be specified to transform a standard K2 conservatory into an aspirational hybrid orangery.

The new K2 conservatory roof technical brochure is crammed with information and has been designed to fit into Synseal’s specification literature folder.  The Synseal branded ring-bound technical folder has been well received by design and build specifiers and contains comprehensive yet concise information on every one of the company’s sub-branded product ranges – which is provided by individual technical brochures – so the folder’s contents can be tailored to meet specific customer requirements.

Mark Schlotel, Synseal’s Head of Marketing comments: “This new K2 roof technical brochure presents hard factual information with no “sales speak” in an easy-to-use format and complements our existing Global conservatory roof technical brochure.  These Synseal specifier publications are useful when roofing fabricators, retailers or installers enquire about our products and services, enabling us to table a choice of proven and high quality conservatory roof solutions for their consideration: Global or K2.”