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QIC Trims, a market leader in the manufacture of aluminium trims and associated products for the fit-out sector, has released a comprehensive product guide to help architects and specifiers create an endless range of attractive and functional ceiling features.

The Trim Guide provides technical information on a wide range of products designed to enable the creation of professional finishes through seamless transitions between plasterboard margins and all types of suspended and grid ceilings. It details profiles and specific products for applications including corners, reveals and edges with products available straight or curved for ultimate design flexibility.

QIC Trims is a leading supplier of next generation aluminium trims that support a range of interior applications. From workplace to education and throughout the health, retail and public sectors, the company works in conjunction with architects and fit-out contractors to deliver projects which take ceiling design to unparalleled levels.

Neil Miller, QIC’s Sales and Marketing Director said: “The Trim Guide exhibits our quality trim range, which makes it easy to create ceiling raft solutions and complete wall-to-wall design integrity. Our technical expertise in relation to aluminium trim products is second-to-none, and is gained from years of practical industry experience. The bedrock of our success is our ability to provide fast track solutions to detailing requirements. The Trim Guide gives us an opportunity to share those solutions, which are designed to create functional and attractive ceiling features, with the fit-out sector.”

As well as associated ceiling applications, The Trim Guide provides in-depth information on QIC’s premium trim solutions and movement joints, glass partitioning, dry lining and blind box details. With innovation and flexibility being a key factor to QIC’s long-standing success – the company has been producing transition and perimeter solutions for many years, with its legacy dating back to 1996 – its trims can be supplied straight or curved to match a range of interior design preferences. From customised solutions to off-the-wall kits, QIC’s products come with a guarantee of outstanding quality and service. Whether offering design recommendations, product training or on-site guidance, the company’s technical teams are able to provide expert support at every stage of the procurement process to ensure a successful project outcome. Each high-quality aluminium section is produced at QIC’s 36,000ft2 manufacturing plant in Buckinghamshire.

Neil Miller added: “We work closely with customers and partners to develop new and exciting products that provide stylish and imaginative solutions for many of the world’s landmark buildings. Our trims products are quicker and more cost-effective to estimate and install. Available as standard in white powder-coated finishes or to order in a range of RAL colours, our sections can be designed and matched to enhance any interior scheme. The Trim Guide offers specifiers and fit-out specialists the information they need to make their next a project a qualified success.”

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