Mercury Specialist Frames adds Smarts’ AluSpace system to its portfolio

Mercury Specialist Frames has just added the Aluspace System from Smart Systems to its portfolio. Steve Cross, Director at Mercury, said: “We are the first UK fabricator to complete our manufacturing training on this new internal door and screening system and we’re delighted to be giving our customers a competitive advantage by adding it to our portfolio. It’s the perfect system for fabricators and installers looking to make the most of the growth in high-end aluminium products.”

The AluSpace Interior Screening System has been developed to create light and airy internal environments. The system’s sleek and elegant lines perfectly complement the Smart Systems window and door ranges that Mercury manufactures.

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AluSpace can be used to divide or delineate both residential and commercial spaces of any shape and size, while at the same time providing an effective acoustic barrier. Mercury will be manufacturing the system with sliding door and hinged door options. With a range of width, glazing, hinge and furniture options, the doors can be configured to suit any design theme, from traditional to minimalist and contemporary to industrial.

Steve commented: “This system is perfect for taking the trend for slim sightlines and airy, light-filled spaces to the next level. We’re excited by the opportunities it offers our customers.”

Like all Mercury’s aluminium products, the AluSpace Interior Screening System will be manufactured by skilled operatives at the company’s new dedicated aluminium manufacturing centre in Gloucester to ensure exceptional product quality every time.

The addition of the AluSpace Interior Screening System to Mercury’s range is the latest stage in its business development and growth strategy that has seen the company double its turnover since 2020. And with intelligent, forward-thinking moves such as being first-to-market on training up for the AluSpace Interior Screening System, it remains well on track to continue to meet its growth strategy over the next four years.

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