A busy week for exhibitions

Inagas, the leading supplier of gas filling machines for insulated glass units, has this week had a presence at not one, but two international trade shows.

Taking place from 3rd to 5th November in Toronto, was the Windoor show, where visitors could take the opportunity to see the Smartfill-4 machine in action on the Quanex Building Products stand.Across the pond in Europe, the Batimat exhibition in Paris ran from 2nd to 6th November, serving as a great platform for Inagas to join Covadis on their stand to demonstrate the Interfill, a compact filler with the majority of the benefits provided by the Smartfill range, but at a price which places it as the most affordable 30 litre a minute machine on the market.

We look forward to bringing you more detail about our time at these exhibitions soon, so watch this space.

Image shows (l-r) Francois Ausset of Covadis and Chris Kemp of Inagas at Batimat

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