The Triple Glazing Question debate has begun

Stakeholders for The Triple Glazing Question event came together last week to have an open discussion about what some of the main issues about triple glazing might be, from glass and ratings to manufacturing and fabrication.

During the discussion, key stakeholders including AGC Glass, Guardian Glass and Edgetech along with other stakeholders Clear Thinking Software, Hegla Machinery, VEKA, and Vision Magazine blew the debate wide open for The Triple Glazing Question.It demonstrated just how much there is to consider when it comes to triple glazing, including the opportunities and challenges it raises.

GGF and Pilkington Glass have also joined the debate as key stakeholders.

The Triple Glazing Question was launched by Edgetech UK at the beginning of the year. The event is an open discussion about what it means to systems companies, fabricators, installers, glass manufacturers and hardware companies. It’s an opportunity for the industry to have their say as well as hear what others think.

The industry has the opportunity to have their voices heard at The Triple Glazing Question. Ordering tickets couldn’t be easier. Simply log onto www.tripleglazingq.co.uk to book your free place at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry on Thursday 10 April.

The Triple Glazing Question, a Quanex Building Products seminar, is open to everyone. There are 500 tickets and they’re available on a first come first served basis, so act now to make sure you are there.

As well as the live event, there’s a discussion website www.tripleglazingq.co.uk. Between now and then there will be polls on the website, LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter to gauge the mood of the industry. We’re looking for a lively debate so companies can get to the real issues that affect them.

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