Glaverbel at Bau 2005

Glaverbel will be attending BAU -- the European construction show in Munich -- for the first time from 17 to 22 January 2005.

The show will be an ideal opportunity for processors and other glass professionals to learn more about Glaverbel's massive range of ever improving products.
Located on the Visions of Glass Boulevard, a special area at BAU devoted to glass, the Glaverbel stand will boast a discreet, yet sophisticated appeal. Glass – a key architectural material – will be on display in a myriad of forms (hanging façades, curved walls, partitions, doors, tables).

The highly fashionable concept of 'transparency' will be the main focus, with special attention on Stopsol, Stopray and Sunergy coated glasses, all of which are certified bestsellers. In these products, transparency conceals superb performance in terms of solar control, thermal insulation, acoustic insulation and safety.

Glaverbel's low-emissivity double glazings for use in the residential sector – including newcomer Energy N - will also be on display at Bau. This glass, which 'harmonises' energy in summer and winter alike', offers a long-term solution to lower energy costs.

To learn more about the glasses that will be key players in 2005, feel free to meet up with Glaverbel's experts at Bau (Hall C1-stand 238) from 17 to 22 January 2005!

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