SWISSPACER ULTIMATE has been chosen by CWG Choices for its new Ultra4 glazing system. Ultra4 has ULTIMATE warm edge spacer bar inside for the best in energy ratings, developed in partnership with Saint-Gobain.
Jason Wilder, Managing Director at CWG Choices described ULTIMATE as an ‘unsung hero’ within the sealed unit. SWISSPACER ULTIMATE has been used by CWG as standard for a number of years.
Windows perform better and have good U-values with the new Ultra4 system as it changes the outer pane to 6.8 silence laminated glass.
SWISSPACER aimed to develop a product with top thermal performance, noise control, high security and furniture fade protection. In addition, the 100% impermeable High Tech Gas Barrier ensures long lasting performance.
Colour is very important to the business and therefore the ULTIMATE has been designed in 17 colours and is very discreet with clean sight lines and matt finish.
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