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The brand new anti-fall system for windows, is now available for online shopping.
LandGlass will bring a full range of technical solutions for flat and bent tempered glass applications, LandVac glass and LandVac window.
The company is also about to expand its extrusion capacity by more than 40% and increase foiling capacity by a further 30%.
A+W will be the official supplier of the optimization software included in the TUROMAS monolithic glass and laminated glass cutting machines.
Eurasia Window, Door & Glass Fairs Proved Their Significance for the Industry Once Again With a New International Visitor Record.
For the first time, the FORUM 2020 will dedicate a separate lecture block to "PVC windows". EPPA will present important topics there, in particular on sustainability.
Straight-talking PVC-U systems supplier VEKA Group has simplified its Variations colour offering, to make it even more usable, helpful, and easy to understand for customers.
Foam tape sealing company ISO-Chemie has extended the scope of its specialist services with the launch of new 3D BIM (Building Information Modelling) technology.
Epwin Window Systems has just launched a new website – www.epwinwindowsystems.co.uk.
An essential part of the strategy has been to join the Council for Aluminium in Building (CAB), which will prove to be an invaluable relationship.
AluK will be revealing a brand new 70mm window system at the FIT Show – complete with pre-inserted gaskets.
The Japanese construction industry offers great opportunities for growth. Companies and products that are “Made in Germany” enjoy a good reputation here in particular.
BM Aluminium will be giving aluminium fabricators a sneak preview at FIT of what they can expect from its LogiKal v12 software when it officially launches later in 2019.
The advanced casement systems of ALUMIL, SMARTIA S67 and SUPREME S77, have been awarded the PAS 24 certification for their high performance in water tightness, air permeability, windload resistance and burglar resistance.
ExtrudaSeal will be demonstrating a combination of their new products and their extensive back catalogue of gaskets and extrusions.
Architectural hardware suppliers, Barrier Components Ltd., is to exhibit at the FIT Show to be held at the NEC from 21 – 23 May.

Articles

This article reviews the history and current status of Vacuum Insulating Glass (VIG), and discusses future possibilities for this technology.
A front door can be a status symbol. By choosing the right door, you can enhance the beauty of your whole property.
Presented below are some of the special challenges facing the skilled glass-processing trades: many products are becoming smarter.
All offices must be well ventilated. To meet increasingly stringent Health and Safety regulations, a continuous supply of fresh air is necessary.
Condensation is regarded as a problem associated with old and new windows. Commonly seen on the inside pane of glazing, new high performance sealed units and windows have resulted in condensation sometimes forming on the outside pane.
With so many different configurations for our glass structures, choosing a design can get a little overwhelming. However, the selection process can be simplified by understanding the different purposes of the structure.
For this post-Irma episode, Paul and Will engaged in an engrossing discussion about how “hurricane windows” performed against the prolonged battering of wind and rain that accompanied Irma on her journey through Florida.
Impact resistant windows are a very important part of the construction industry and homeowners are well advised to consider their use. But, owners must also recognize that impact “resistant” does not mean hurricane “proof.”
Anodizing is the most durable and long-lasting option for finishing architectural aluminum building products. An electrochemical process, anodizing produces a finish that resists the ravages of time and environment.
Glass canopies are a common design element added to homes and commercial buildings around the world, whether they’re new or old.
The term ‘Wind Load’ is used to refer to any pressures or forces that the wind exerts on a building or structure. There are actually three types of wind forces that would be exerted on a building.
There are an increasing amount of products available that offer varying degrees of natural daylight and most will be familiar with smaller scale skylights, rooflights or roof windows.

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