The new Thermix has arrived

Thermix TX.N plus becomes Thermix Pro
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Thermix TX.N plus becomes Thermix Pro: the new facelifted version will gradually replace the previous model from the start of 2017 | Photo: Ensinger GmbH
Ensinger presents two new warm edge spacers, the Thermix TX Pro and the Thermix Low Psi.

With Thermix TX Pro, Ensinger has given the Thermix TX.N Plus spacer a facelift. The changes made are aimed at optimising the workability while maintaining a comparable level of stability.

Overall, the new spacer design is lighter, which minimises inertia. As this reduces vibrations, the spacer frame is subjected to less stress during the bending process.

The Thermix TX Pro, which also has a slightly lower psi value, will gradually replace the previous model, the Thermix TX.N Plus, from the start of 2017.

Low Psi

Furthermore, Ensinger introduces the Thermix Low Psi. As the name suggests, this plastic spacer with barrier film boasts a particularly low psi value.

“We plan to start production of the Thermix Low Psi in mid-2017”, explains Dr. Albert Lingens, Head of Sales at Ensinger.

“However, we are happy to provide samples for tests by the end of the year. This will allow interested manufacturers to carry out all the necessary tests in advance”.

Both spacers will be available in the standard colours black and light grey, while special colours will be available on request.

For more information, go to: www.thermix.de/en

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