Redesigned Web site focuses on the motto “Azon Saves Energy”

Kalamazoo, Michigan - The newest Web site from Azon (www.azonintl.com.com) offers expanded resources to construction professionals interested in learning more about energy efficient thermal barrier technology for aluminum framing and insulating glass.

Rarely will you find a company that provides a complete service package with intelligent technologies for the entire fenestration assembly. The two technologies by Azon that optimize energy efficiency and the condensation resistance of aluminum windows are:

  • Structural polyurethane pour and debridge-type thermal barriers in the framing.
  • Azon Warm-Light® spacer in the insulating glass air space to boost improvements in the glazing. 

Azon is an important partner with a growing number of aluminum extruders and window manufacturers worldwide. Early in its life Azon summed up its mission in three words “Azon Saves Energy”. The new Web content provides case studies and real-world applications that positively highlight the performance of fenestration systems in architectural applications. Intelligent Azon technologies are vital to achieve sustainable, energy-efficient buildings.

Azon technologies reduce the overall U-factor and offer a higher CRF (Condensation Resistance Factor) to ensure comfortable, healthy surroundings for building inhabitants. About Azon Since 1977, Azon has been a leader in the development of solutions focused on energy-saving, intelligent technologies for manufacturers of aluminum windows, doors and skylights.

Operating under the motto “Azon Saves Energy” across its global locations in the United States, United Kingdom, Korea and China, Azon is strongly committed to developing energy-saving products compatible with the sustainability goals and standards of its customers. For more information about the company, visit: www.azonintl.com. Contact: Michele Sobota Michele@mediaconnexions.com. 269.873.3373 15 March 2011

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