Where architects and
builders are concerned, appearance and design appeal are often equally
as important as more practical considerations. Technical Tubes'
appreciation of these differing criteria has given them an intimate
understanding of the needs of this particular sector.
The polished stainless steel tubes (in sizes from 1" to 2" o/d) were produced in a variety of shapes, the order being completed over a six month period.
The two companies first came together because of Technical Tubes' ability to do a very specific job, at a very competitive price - these being the deciding factors in Westbury's decision to award them the contract.
Since that time, Technical Tubes have produced hundreds of 3" and 2" tubes with perforated mesh in-fills.
The CHS steel tubing in 48.3mm and 60.3mm diameters was produced on time, and within budget. These fixtures are now adding an uncommonly traditional appeal to the steps and landings of the Dorset properties.
Back to the Steam
Included in the imaginative plans was one of the largest steam rooms in the UK, and Technical Tubes' task was to bend and drill low carbon stainless steel tubing which would emit steam from beneath the seats of the fortunate (or otherwise!) patrons.