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Procter Cast Stone becomes Full Member of UKCSA


United Kingdom cast stone association
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Procter cast stone becomes full member of UKCSA

Procter Cast Stone has become a Full Member of UKCSA (the United Kingdom Cast Stone Association). This underscores Procter's longstanding commitment to high-quality standards for design and manufacture, as well as exceptional standards of customer service.

UKCSA is an independent trade association that has been established since 1991 to maintain high standards among UKCSA members and to promote the merits of cast stone. Members must adhere to the UKCSA Standard, which is a performance standard for cast stone, supported by rigorous requirements for testing and quality control. In fact Procter Caststone & Concrete Products had to make only very minor changes to its existing procedures in order to comply with the UKCSA Standard. Note that cast stone manufactured to the UKCSA Specification for Cast Stone is at least 40 per cent stronger than that conforming to the current British Standard, BS1217:2008, Cast stone. Specification.

Commenting on the company being accepted as a Full Member of UKCSA, Jeremy Procter, Managing Director of Procter Cast stone & Concrete Products, said: "Over many years we have built up a strong reputation for the quality of our products and our exceptional standards of customer service. Our full membership of UKCSA gives customers even greater confidence in our abilities and demonstrates that we maintain the highest standards in the industry, whether customers are purchasing from our standard range or we are manufacturing bespoke designs to an architect's drawings."

More information about Procter Cast stone & Concrete Products and its accreditation as a full UKCSA Member, as well as free publications to help architects and specifiers maximise the benefits of cast stone, or call or email [email protected]