To watch the Thermoseal Group video, visit the Group’s website where you’ll see the video as the latest news item linked from the homepage - www.thermosealgroup.com.
With over 35 years of experience supplying to IG manufacturers and a large private investment into manufacturing and development of its own IG component production site, Thermoseal Group now has a continual flow of new IG products. Its dedicated innovation centre and injection moulding division also ensures that new products are introduced with colour-matched bespoke fittings where applicable.
Thermobar and Thermoflex warm edge spacers have achieved Bundesverband Flachglas thermal ratings of 0.14W/mK and 0.135W/mK respectively. In addition, these spacer bars have achieved Passive House ratings of phA+ certifying them for use in Arctic climates.
All products supplied by Thermoseal Group are tested by the Group’s innovation centre which houses a wide range of equipment dedicated to testing the tolerance and overall performance of its products. The Group also has its own EN1279 test centre to make and test its own IG units to European standards and beyond. This ensures an understanding of how each component performs within the lifetime of the unit.
Marketing Manager, Samantha Hill explains: “We are extremely proud of our warm edge production and the service we offer to customers. Our glass and glazing industry G-Award double win for ‘Component Supplier Supplier of the Year’ and ‘Training and Development Initiative of the Year’ in 2015 was excellent recognition for us, but it is great for us to now be able to easily give the world a video snapshot of the magnitude of the investment, innovation and development of Thermoseal Group’s business. Please watch the video and see for yourself.
“This is the first of two videos we are introducing to showcase our warm edge products. The next video has more of a consumer focus which we will make available to our supply chain. Video 2 will focus on our highest performance spacer systems and how they contribute towards improved energy efficiency by helping to minimise thermal transfer through the edge of the window.”