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SWISSPACER TO EXHIBIT AT FENSTERBAU/FRONTALE 2012


SWISSPACER is exhibiting at Fensterbau/Frontale 2012. The show is taking place in Nuremberg between 21-24 March, and will allow SWISSPACER to show its high performance warm edge spacer bar to over 100,000 visitors.


SWISSPACER has grown dramatically in Europe in recent years as sealed unit manufacturers and window fabricators take advantage of its excellent thermal performance and no-investment-needed features.


Peter Appel, International Marketing and Sales Manager says: “Fensterbau/Frontale is one of the world’s leading windows, doors and facades shows, attracting over 750 top companies from around the world. Fensterbau/Frontale is the premier exhibition in Europe, a showcase for innovative and precision engineered windows and doors and fenestration components. We have designed a striking new show stand where visitors will be able to see for themselves the benefits of using our high performance warm edge spacer. From across Europe and beyond the industry comes regularly to Frontale to see the latest developments. As one of the leading warm edge spacer companies our stand is usually very busy because so many companies have us on their list of stands to see. So we have a much bigger stand this year, and we have lots to talk about. We are confident the show will provide us with an excellent platform to do business with existing and prospective customers”, adds Peter.


SWISSPACER will be in hall 7A on stand 312. Tel: 0845 601 1265


SWISSPACER’s stand at Fensterbau/Frontale.


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A TOP LINE SUPPORTING PROGRAMME


A new feature at fensterbau/frontale 2012 is the “Real Estate Conference” to take place on Saturday, 24 March 2012.


The programme under the direction of


Dieter A. Kuberski, Verlags-Marketing Stuttgart GmbH, is based on the motto “Windows and Facades for Residential Buildings: Trends – Solutions – Practical Examples” and offers a variety of information. The presentations given by experts from 10am to 12.30pm will examine the topics of energy modernization, energy- producing facades for multi-storey buildings, security aspects for landlords and owners, and the new German Energy Conservation Act (EnEV 2012).


The presentations are followed by a lunch break with opportunities for discussions and networking, before the guided tours


of the exhibition start at 1.30 p.m. and show the practical examples of the topics covered in the morning. This particularly gives public housing associations, building administrations and energy consultants the opportunity to get to know the substantial potential modern windows and facades offer for new and renovated buildings, and to talk direct to the technology leaders.


‘ENERGY PLUS’ ON AGENDA The special show organised together


with manufacturers by NürnbergMesse, ift Rosenheim and the Fachverband Glas, Fenster, Fassade Baden-Württemberg (GFF – Glass, Window and Facade Association) has been a permanent, well-known and popular get-together for years. The topic for the 2012 exhibition is “Energy Plus – Saving +


Producing Energy with Windows, Facades and Glass”. The special show in hall 1 presents the technology that can help the windows sector to profit from the energy efficiency megatrend in the building sector. This includes thermally- optimised designs, assembly processes, glazing or vacuum insulation panels (VIP) just as much as photovoltaic systems integrated into buildings, intelligent ventilation systems, automatically controlled components, shading systems and processes for heat storage.


Processors, fitters, manufacturers, planners


and investors can obtain expert and non- proprietary information about technology, future requirements and the necessary certificates.


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