The right glass for every application

Date: 2 June 2008
Brochure “Das kann Glas” (“What glass can do”) available in the specialist glass trade Whether developing or building new: owners often face the question as to which glass best satisfies their requirements.

It should be energy-saving - and safe. But glass still can do more than that. The information brochure “Das kann Glas” from the CLIMAplusSECURIT partners, provides information about the various functions of glass and shows which glasses are best suited for which area. It is available in the specialist glass trade.

The brochure presents the application and combination opportunities, arranged according to function, and explains them with photos and easily understandable descriptions. Ask your glazier!


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