TuffX Fit for the Show

TuffX Processed Glass has been carefully planning its on-stand presence for The FIT Show and will be exhibiting on Stand 3-360 at the Telford exhibition in April.

A dynamic stand has been designed to demonstrate the full benefits of all products available from the company including the Ambience conservatory roof glass range, the eco-iPanel for curtain walling projects as well as a variety of specialist processed glass products.     

The exhibition will give visitors the first opportunity to see the innovative eco-iPanel that combines aesthetics with exceptional high performance, offering an insulation value of 0.16. The product was developed by the company as a niche alternative for architectural and curtain walling installations. With an overall thickness which starts from just 28mm the eco iPanel can be produced in most RAL colours and fitted directly into existing glazing systems.

As the company has an established reputation for excellence and reliability within the processed glass market, there will be a number of specialist products on display. These will include samples of heat soaked, laminated-toughened glasses varying in thickness from 4 ' 19 mm as well as screen printed examples for visitors to view and evaluate. With a focus placed on helping customers to improve lead generation, TuffX also will be highlighting all coloured, high performance roof glass on the 8m x 6m stand. Here the company will be demonstrating the advantages of the Ambi-Max superlength glass units, that virtually eliminate post-installation, remedial work as they do not require muntin bars. A key benefit that has made it one of the most popular products from within the Ambience range.

Graham Price, Managing Director at TuffX considers that the exhibition will be very positive for the industry, believing that being face-to-face with potential and existing customers is arguably the greatest way to promote products and services. With customer support initiatives also recently introduced he feels the company will be able to demonstrate constructive avenues for customers to generate new business. TuffX has always demonstrated a progressive approach to the industry with the introduction of innovative products that have invigorated the market.

Graham Price comments, "Exhibitions remain excellent platforms to demonstrate existing and new business possibilities. In the UK the industry has needed an exhibition of this kind for a number of years, with people keen to evaluate developments and new opportunities. For TuffX , the timing of The FIT Show is perfect as it provides an ideal opportunity to physically demonstrate the advantages of the products in the Ambience conservatory roof glass range. Previously there simply hasn't been the opportunity to do this."

 Graham considers that through the FIT Show, an opportunity has arisen for the market to once again convene and evaluate products and new ideas, with management believing it is a great way to further stimulate market growth. Questions or queries regarding performance, product developments and business diversity can be discussed and clarified with key personnel, who have a full grasp of the market and future legislative developments that will be introduced this year and which will affect installers. Vistors to the stand are welcome to join the TuffX team for drinks and refreshments throughout the 3 day exhibition, where there will be the opportunity to discuss individual requirements.

Graham Price comments, "Previous events have always proved a positive arena for TuffX and we see this as an exhibition with great potential for everyone."

For more information on the products in the TuffX Processed Glass or Ambience conservatory roof glass ranges please visit the websites: www.tuffxprocessedglass.co.uk or www.ambiglass.co.uk

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Date: 7 March 2013
Source: www.h-stanley.com

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