Guardian Industries to Launch World's Largest High-Tech. Glass Coater

Guardian Industries is launching the world's largest, state-of-the-art glass coater and His Royal Highness the Grand Duke of Luxembourg will commemorate the launch with an honorary presentation.

Guardian Industries President and CEO William Davidson is also attending.

The sputter coating facility, Guardian Luxcoating S.A., will produce a variety of high-quality solar management products including the growing Sun-Guard Series, Guardian's premier line of coated, reflective and non-reflective commercial products; low-E coated glass for residential applications; and IRR (infrared reflective) coated glass used by many European automakers to help reduce air conditioning use, conserve energy and reduce vehicle tailpipe emissions.

Guardian Industries is a global leader in the glass, automotive and building products industries. Guardian manufactures high quality flat glass for commercial and residential building, fiberglass for the building industry and automotive glass and trim for automakers. In addition, Guardian is a leading distributor of building products in North America.

600450 Guardian Industries to Launch World's Largest High-Tech. Glass Coater
Date: 25 June 2003
Source: Glass Digest Magazine

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