The versatility of the product has impressed Trevor Warner, Technical Sales Consultant with Anglia Fixing Limited who considers it an aesthetically beautiful product that simplifies installations and completely satisfies the end user. For commercial curtain walling projects such as schools and business parks, where specifiers must work to planning departments stringent regulation standards the eco i-Panel has proved an excellent introduction onto the market for Mr Warner.
Simplifying installation is an added bonus for installers with less site time and fast turnarounds reaping time saving benefits.
Developed along side world renowned glass companies the eco i-Panel brings to the market a new concept for commercial applications and residential developments, offering exceptional high performance and an insulation value as low as 0.17.
With an overall thickness which starts from just 28mm it can be produced in most RAL colours and can be fitted directly into existing glazing systems, which Mr Warner considers makes it an ideal product for commercial applications that adds a stylish touch to the finished project.
This niche alternative incorporates a high performance insulated core encased between two panels of toughened, screen printed glass. Additionally, the eco i-Panel conforms to all Building Regulation requirements and European safety standards and having been rigorously tested it ultimately provides a sizeable carbon footprint reduction.
Trevor Warner comments, “As building regulations tighten and green issues become more of a priority in urban design the eco i-Panel brings a vibrant new option for stylish, low-carbon design.”
Graham Price, Managing Director, TuffX Processed Glass comments, “Meeting the demands of an ever changing market that requires only the best in terms of combined performance and style, will always be a focus to the TuffX team.
It is rewarding to see that we can support the needs of customers, specifiers and planning departments through our ongoing research, design and product development.”