SWISSPACER to exhibit warm edge spacer solutions at the FIT Show

  • 26 Apr 2017

SWISSPACER TRIPLE, the new warm edge solution from SWISSPACER, is set to be exhibited at this year’s FIT Show between the 23rd – 25th May.

SWISSPACER TRIPLE is an ideal solution when faced with the challenge of using two individual spacers, while also maximising energy efficiency. The rigid warm edge spacer bar, designed for triple glazing, will be showcased alongside SWISSPACER’s Marketing Toolkit, a new tool that includes a growing suite of sales aids for fabricators and installers.

Commenting on the Marketing Toolkit, Andy Everett, SWISSPACER UK National Manager, said: “A new sample box with our high performance ULTIMATE spacer bar is a welcome addition to our popular Marketing Toolkit, showcasing our standard colours and leading range of spacer bar widths.”

Discussing SWISSPACER’s presence at the FIT Show, he said: “Continual product development backed by top level service and support is an integral part of our business. 

We are constantly looking at ways of helping our customers stay ahead and making it easier for them to sell the benefits of warm edge. Our stand at the FIT Show this year is perfect timing for demonstrating our latest innovations.”

Also on stand G40 in Hall 7, SWISSPACER will demonstrate its new laser printing service for sealed unit makers, which removes the need for print company and product data in-house.

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