Selectaglaze will be showcasing at Futurebuild

    Futurebuild draws together over 25,000 visiting industry experts from all areas of the built environment supply chain. This event affords visitors the opportunity to learn about the latest products, discover cutting edge technology as well as connect and build relationships for the future.

    Selectaglaze will be showcasing a variety of secondary glazing products at Futurebuild from the 5th – 7th March, ExCel London at Stand C22. Selectaglaze’s Technical Advisors will be available to answer any secondary glazing questions.

    Selectaglaze secondary glazing systems using low emissivity glass can reduce heat loss by more than half and achieve a U-value of around 1.9. With sealed unit glazing this is further reduced and a figure as low as 0.8 can be achieved.

    Bespoke manufacture and high-performance seals ensure the tightest fit, reducing air infiltration and almost eliminating drafts.

    Secondary glazing is also an efficient method of reducing background noise, helping create a more relaxed environment. Sound travels through a primary window by a vibration of the glass. Adding secondary glazing forms a cavity, which reduces resonance and provides a second barrier for the noise to travel through.

    Selectaglaze secondary glazing creates an additional barrier of protection from the inside that can prevent the most determined thief or even protect the occupants from the effects of bomb blast.

    Founded in 1966, Selectaglaze is acknowledged as the leading UK specialist in secondary glazing. As testament to the quality of its service, product range and knowledge, a Royal Warrant was granted in 2004.

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