Window installers and manufacturers were shown how each product performs within a glass sealed unit and what makes double glazing built to last. Visitors were also introduced to the Energis-TX.N sealed unit and its composition.
Thermoseal Group assures that constructing sealed units to Energis-TX.N specifications will help to ensure that they last the test of time and gain an EN1279 part 2 and part 3 pass. It will also help to ensure a C+ Window Energy Rating (WER).
Mark Hickox, sales director at Thermoseal Group, says: “Our stand wasn’t the largest at the show, but it was the place to be at Glassex 2008.
“We offered advice based on over 30 years of experience trading within the glass and glazing industry and working with the best sealed unit manufacturers in the business. All of our advice is based on up-to-date facts and figures we have compiled and analysed ourselves so that we can supply the best and stay ahead of the game.
“We featured component and machinery demonstrations on our stand, and our new interactive website was previewed to the industry for the first time.
“Our website details all of the glass machinery and the 2,000-plus components that we supply. It was great to give our customers an indication of the full extent of our product range and we’re looking forward to its live launch next month.”
For further information about the comprehensive range of glass machinery and sealed unit components available from Thermoseal Group call 0845 331 3950 or visit www.thermosealgroup.com for further information.