ALBAT+WIRSAM at the BAU 2013

2013 will bring a couple of new regulations for the industry, first and foremost the Energy Label.

This product code shall help home builders determine and compare the energy factors of windows.

As a result, window manufacturers are faced with the challenge of creating and managing the Energy Label in addition to the existing CE label.

At Bau 2012, A+W will present a simple solution for creating the required labels.

Together with ift Rosenheim, A+W has developed a method for determining the necessary codes for the Energy Label right at order entry.

When a window order is entered, the CANTOR software collects the necessary codes: the UG- and UF values. These are transferred online to ift where the energy label for the corre-sponding window is created. Without interrupting the order entry staff’s work, ift returns the label to the CANTOR system where it is archived and can be printed any time, or added to the window or to the quotation – just by the flick of a switch!

Come and see for yourself the practical solutions of ALBAT+WIRSAM. CANTOR software for the window industry offers solutions for the challenges the industry is faced with, day in and day out, no matter whether you produce 50, 100, or 500 windows a day and irrespective of the material – wood, aluminium, or PVC.

Meet ALBAT+WIRSAM at Bau in hall C3, stand 305.

600450 ALBAT+WIRSAM at the BAU 2013 glassonweb.com
Date: 17 January 2013
Source: www.a-w.de

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