Premierfon by Abbey Glass Cardiff Limited

During 2011 and 2012 Abbey Glass whilst working on the Beefeater refurbishment Programme for Whitbread, realised that supplying secondary glazing to the Hotel chain of Premier Inn was not effective enough in promoting the good nights sleep promise.

Following contact with various parties of the Whitbread Group we were asked to investigate further what acoustic alternatives we could find.Setting out on a journey which has given us a wealth of knowledge through acoustic testing with Salford University - a UKAS accredited facility and one of the best of its kind - we have formed two products which combine fantastic thermal properties and also a high standard of glazing acoustics achieving that of your average brick wall.Premierfon has been tested with a dB of 47 and PremierfonLite 39dB.

This is excellent news for the hotel industry removing the need for a) secondary glazing systems and b) no future worries of nearby planning/buildings erected around your newly built hotel. Not only does Premierfon (a registered product of Abbey Glass Cardiff Ltd) achieve a fantastic acoustic rating but it does so at extremely low frequencies and performs to its best at 1000Hz and upwards.  This is great news for Architects and Sound Engineers and it is because of this service that Abbey Glass has seen a turnover this year of 2.5m and we continue to expand with sales next year expected of 4m.

We strive every day to be the best at what we do and it is down to the expert team of staff, their dedication and commitment that will see us continue to succeed.

600450 Premierfon by Abbey Glass Cardiff Limited

See more news about:

Others also read

The Emirates Arena and Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome have just been completed, creating a new world class sporting landmark for Scotland.
Hawaii and Texas Top List of 20 States and D.C. Adding Construction Jobs Since November 2011 as Delaware and New York Trail; Vermont and Louisiana Led 19 States with One-Month Gain, D.
SAGE Electrochromics, Inc., a world leader in the development and manufacture of dynamic glass, located in Faribault, Minn., today announced it has filed a lawsuit in U.S.
The EBRD is providing loans worth €110 million to Turkish glass manufacturer Trakya Cam A.Ş. that will expand its product range at home and in Bulgaria and also establish a presence on the Russian market, setting new standards in energy efficiency.
The United States is honoring its role, to the best of its ability, as the world's locomotive, although despite the positive performance of the real estate market, America seems to be recovering slower than expected.
We sincerely thank all our members, friends and visitors for being part of GlassOnWeb and its success during 2012.

Add new comment