Quanex at Greenbuild 2014

This year at our GreenBuild Booth, Quanex Building Products will be promoting its commercial product line, including the Mikron C3-11300™ AW-Rated Window & Door System, designed to meet AW performance-grade requirements governed by North American Fenestration Standard (NAFS) for use in mid- and high-rise buildings.  The Mikron C3-11300™ AW-Rated Window & Door System is the first product in the Quanex Architectural Series.Quanex will also showcase the following products at GreenBuild:Super Spacer® TriSeal™ – a flexible, silicone foam spacer designed to satisfy the toughest commercial glazing demands including silicone structural glazing.MikronWood® Thermal Advantage Window System – uses Quanex’s revolutionary MikronWood composite frame material: a solid-core material that is a blend of thermoplastic alloy resins that includes both polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and acrylic-based polymers for increased thermal performance.

This unique resin combination doesn`t absorb moisture, relieving homeowners from damage caused by rot, mold and insects.

EnergyCore® – a patent-pending window system with AirCell™ Fusion Insulated Technology, blocks thermal conductivity six times better than fiberglass, four times better than rigid PVC and three times better than wood.

600450 Quanex at Greenbuild 2014 glassonweb.com
Date: 23 June 2014
Source: www.quanex.com

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