Ritec makes a stand for clean living

Date: 21 September 2004
Source: Ritec
Hall 9 / Stand 9G52Having been exhibiting its pioneering ClearShield Low-M (Low-Maintenance) Glass® technology since 1986, Ritec International will be making its tenth appearance at Glasstec 2004.On display will be the ClearShield RevolutionTM, Ritec’s latest application machine.

RevolutionTM provides a practical and cost-effective process for higher productivity yet is floorspace-efficient. Also on the stand will be Ritec’s established range of application machinery as well as improved product formulations of its specially developed Glass Protect range, Glass Renovator and AfterCare for ClearShield Glass.

Stephen Byers, Ritec’s Managing Director, says, “We first visited the show in 1984 and two years later decided to exhibit our ClearShield technology. Almost twenty years on, ClearShield continues to go from strength to strength and we have the expertise, experience and track record to prove it works on a variety of glass surfaces in numerous applications in all types of environments.“

ClearShield was first applied onto glass on a ship in 1983 to prove its performance in harsh conditions and then onto glass on a building two years later. Today, ClearShield Low-M Glass® is used in numerous industry sectors including architectural, decorative, residential and marine applications all over the world. Our latest projects include the new international airport in Bangkok, Thailand and various P&O cruise ships.

The concept of ‘clean living’, which Ritec is keen to promote, is not just about looking clean but also staying clean. “Regardless of the environment, people feel safer and happier in bright, clean and hygienic surroundings. ClearShield goes some way to achieving this by ensuring glass looks pristine and stays that way for longer,” says Stephen.

“While maintaining a high level of quality, service and support we are increasing the availability of technology through new application methods, ensuring that everyone can enjoy clean living through Low-M Glass. Glasstec gives us the opportunity to boost market penetration and build new business relationships as well as consolidate those with our existing distribution network.”

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