Scheuten has developed a highly-transmissive, insulation glass for the ID Kas™, for 'Duijvenstijn Tomaten'

More than 11,000 m² of Isolide VenloW-energy ® glass has been incorporated into an innovative greenhouse concept.   On Wednesday, 11 September 2013, the first 'official' glass pane installation on the ID Kas™ for Duijvenstijn Tomaten took place.

The happy occasion was celebrated with the parties directly involved. The ID Kas™ has been developed by Technokas and Duijvenstijn Tomaten, in collaboration with Scheuten and Boal systems.

Scheuten has developed a range of highly-transmissive, insulation glass products, called ‘Isolide VenloW-energy® Glass’. These innovative products deliver significantly lower energy costs, higher productivity and efficiency, sustainability, and a safer workplace. All these characteristics are a perfect fit with the ID Kas™ optimized greenhouse concept .

Ruud Geerlings, Director Business Development, says: "Scheuten is always looking for new applications for our products. Together with our system partners, a completely new VenloW-energy® greenhouse has been developed; the ultimate solution for a sustainable future in greenhouse horticulture. It is the energy-efficient successor to the 'Venlo-kas', known throughout the world.

Scheuten is a European manufacturer and supplier of high-quality glass designated for total solutions for buildings and infrastructure. Scheuten focuses on quality and durability during the entire process of float glass production to the delivery of the end product. Moreover, the company realizes prominent glass engineering and construction projects around the world.

For further information please contact:

Henriëtte Donders

Phone: +31 77 3599225



600450 Scheuten has developed a highly-transmissive, insulation glass for the ID Kas™, for 'Duijvenstijn Tomaten'

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