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GLASS CELSIUS COOL FOR THE SUMMER….!


K2 are proud to say that Celsius glass is used by a number of prestigious installation companies. Among them are Crystal Windows and Conservatories, from Poynton in Cheshire, owned by Tony Wooderson.


“We have chosen K2 as our glass supplier for all our conservatory and orangery installations for the past seven years.”


“During this time we have completed over 750 installations, securing our position as the leading installer of quality conservatories and orangeries in the Cheshire area.”


“Our relationship with K2 has been mutually beneficial with K2 even supporting us when we exhibited a green t-shaped conservatory at the RHS flower show at Tatton Park a few years


ago. It was during this event that many potential customers saw first hand the benefit of the Celsius product range. It had been a perfect summer week and customers where amazed that a glass room could actually be cooler than the external temperature. We continue to work closely with K2


BOHLE LAUNCHES NEW GLASS COATING PRODUCT


Bohle is launching a wear-resistant and durable protection product for glass and glazed ceramic surfaces, which can be applied either manually or mechanically.


BriteGuard reacts chemically with the surface and the coating forms a functional layer that protects the glass against soil adhesion and glass


corrosion. It is designed to make glass surfaces stay clean longer than untreated glass.


It can be used for indoor and outdoor applications and is therefore also suitable for protecting partition walls or glass showers, as well as façades.


and have just installed a Cappella Orangery in our showroom. We have already secured 2 orders for this product.”


K2 introduced its new range of Celsius glass earlier this year. It included the first blue tint performance glass for conservatory featuring a U-value of 0.9, Celsius Elite.


For more information on Celsius glass please visit www.celsiusglass.co.uk.


COUNCIL BACKS £36 MILLION PILKINGTON GLASS PLANT


‘It can be used for indoor and outdoor applications and is therefore also suitable for protecting partition walls or glass showers, as well as façades.’


CT GLASS ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITH GLAS TRÖSCH


CT Glass, a UK-based processor and distributor of glass products, has announced a partnership with Glas Trösch, a Swiss specialist glass manufacturer to supply Fireswiss Cool, a fire-resistant glass that offers partial insulation against radiating heat.


With this new relationship, CT Glass expands its product portfolio and offers an extensive fire-resistant glass solution to its customer base.


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‘CT Glass expands its product portfolio and offers an extensive fire-resistant glass solution to its customer base.’


St Helens Council has backed plans for a £36 million Pilkington glass plant, which will create 50 jobs.


The coating facility at the Cowley Hill


Works in St Helens, UK, will also protect existing jobs and help expand the firm’s apprentice programme.


Pilkington, part of Japan’s NSG Group,


was recently awarded £5 million from the UK government’s ‘Regional Growth Fund’ towards the project.


The coating line will be in operation from October 2012 and will produce low emissivity glazing products to complement Pilkington’s K Glassline, as well as its solar control glass products.


These ranges are currently produced in


Sweden and Germany, so the new facility is expected to reduce transport costs and help lower carbon emissions caused by shipping the glass.


Councillor Andy Bowden, Cabinet Member for Urban Regeneration and Housing, says: “This is a huge vote of confidence for St Helens from a major international corporation.”


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