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Sarnafil has played a part in the best ever air-pressure test result recorded by Building Sciences. Its 5,000m 2 roof at 1 South Gyle Crescent in Edinburgh contributed to a whole building reading of 2.16m 3/h/m 2 at a rate of 50Pa, against a Part L target of 10m 3/h/m 2. To achieve this the architect and contractor worked together to coordinate the design, detailing, specification and installation.


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