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HARDWARE TOTAL GLASS OFFERS TRIPLE GLAZING AND GREY ON WHITE PROFILE


Total Glass has added triple glazed units and Grey on White PVC-U profile to its comprehensive product portfolio, further widening choice for installers and commercial specifiers.


Te addition of 36mm triple glazing units enables the Liverpool-based window and door fabricator to offer ‘A’-rated PVC-U windows, manufactured from quality Profile 22 profiles, which achieve a whole window U-value as low as 0.8.


“We have experienced increasing demand for triple glazed windows that offer three main benefits for customers; better energy conservation, increased security levels and improved acoustic performance, making


them ideal for noisy areas,” explained Phill Cresswell, Trade Sales Manager for Total Glass.


“Awareness of the benefits of triple glazing is


growing and we were experiencing increasing interest, particularly for commercial contracts, for this high performance option with its energy and cost-saving benefits,” continued Phill.


Rising demand for coloured frames has


led Total Glass to now offer Grey on White windows in the popular RAL 7016 shade. Available on a five-day lead time, the frames have an attractive foiled woodgrain finish and offer a cost-effective alternative to aluminium.


For more information, contact Total Glass on 0151 549 2339 or visit the website at www.totalglass.com.


TGI® GEAR UP FOR GLASSTEC


Technoform Glass Insulation (TGI®), one of the world’s largest warm edge spacer bar manufacturers, will be exhibiting at the bi-annual Glasstec Exhibition which is set to take place in Dusseldorf from October 23 to October 26.


Visitors to the showcase will be able to find out more about the German engineered TGI® Spacer - which is manufactured using a high performance synergy of stainless steel and polypropylene – and learn more about TGI®’s future innovations.


It is also an ideal opportunity to meet TGI®, and find out more about the philosophies and values of the Global Technoform Group.


Simon Rawlins, Head of Technoform


Glass Insulation Great Britain and Ireland comments: “Glasstec is a truly global gathering of leading manufacturers, suppliers and buyers in the glass and glazing industry. It’s also a great place to showcase the latest products and innovations.”


It has been a good year so far for TGI®, with a number of leading IGU manufacturers switching to the TGI® Spacer thanks not only to its market-leading performance, production efficiency and value engineering credentials, but also because of the full service package that TGI® pride themselves in.


Te bendable TGI® - Spacer can be cut and corner keyed or processed on standard bending machines, making it ideal for high and low volume IGU manufactures alike.


You can visit TGI® on Stand B16 in hall 17. For more information please call 0121 506 9740 or visit www.glassinsulation.co.uk 60 « Clearview NMS « September 2012 « www.clearview-uk.com


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