Glassolutions provides shorter lead times for emalit® evolution

Lead-free toughened enamelled glass EMALIT® EVOLUTION can now be manufactured into sealed units in a range of 11 standard colours in 10 days, as a result of a £50,000 investment in new production facilities by GLASSOLUTIONS.

EMALIT® EVOLUTION is used primarily for external façades in insulated spandrels or cladding panels in non-vision areas for an aesthetically clean appearance.The new production capability means that as well as the standard range of 11 colours, bespoke colours and colour-matching services are available, enabling most colours to be replicated.Standard sizes are 200mm x 200mm to 1600mm x 3000mm, although larger sizes are available on request.

GLASSOLUTIONS marketing manager, Kathryn Dalgleish, said: “This is a fantastic new service for our customers.  It offers great flexibility in terms of colour options and sizes, coupled with excellent lead times, from 10 days for sealed units and from five days for single pieces.

“It is a very practical and decorative product that is not widely available in the UK, although it is popular and widely specified in the architectural facades market, so we’re pleased to bring value to the supply chain.”

EMALIT® EVOLUTION is an opaque coloured glass, produced by uniformly enamelling one side of the glass.  The enamel is free from lead and other dangerous metals making it more environmentally friendly and totally recyclable.  During manufacture, the almost total absence of pollutants protects nature and health.

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