Edgetech's Reichert to Present Seminar at Glass Processing Days China

Gerhard Reichert, vice president of international business development for Edgetech IG Inc., is scheduled to present "Improving Long-Term Energy Performance of Insulating Glass in Buildings," at the upcoming Glass Processing Days (GPD) China 2006, April 23-24, 2006, at the Landmark Hotel in Beijing.

In his presentation, Reichert will review the latest technological trends for improving insulating glass quality and optimizing insulating glass energy performance. The primary butyl seal in insulating glass technology has been responsible for providing durability to the energy saving properties of glass in buildings, according to Reichert. Two new trends in improving the consistency and quality of the primary butyl seal will be examined in detail. All new robotic gunning is being introduced to the market, along with online butyl extrusion automation, to offer new standards in quality for insulating glass design and production. These new technological achievements in processing energy saving glass products translate into longer lasting, high performance IG units for improved energy management and environmental safety in buildings, according to information from Edgetech.


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