Clearview South July 2014 - Issue 152 - Page 67

July 2014 FITReview Another fantastic FIT for SWISSPACER! SWISSPACER is celebrating after another busy and successful FIT Show. People wanted to find out more about ULTIMATE, the best warm edge spacer bar in the world and try Caluwin, SWISSPACER’s new energy-calculating sales aid which lets users change profile, glass and spacer bar to calculate how much money and energy homeowners can save with their new windows. It’s already a big hit with installers who say it’s a great selling tool. SWISSPACER’s seminar on the future of energy efficiency drew an impressive crowd, with representatives from glass companies, BFRC, GGF, leading distributors, IGU makers, systems companies and fabricators and installers. Over 40 people attended to listen to a panel of experts, including Dr Benjamin Krick from the Passivhaus Institute discuss the future of high performance windows. SWISSPACER’s daily Champagne Reception was as popular as ever! Vic De Costa, SWISSPACER Marketing & Sales Manager commented: “We were particularly pleased with the number of visitors who attended our energy efficiency seminar. I’d like to thank all the speakers – Dr Benjamin Krick, Deceuninck’s Roy Frost, Saint-Gobain’s Susan Lambeth and SWISSPACER’s Karl-Theo Roes -for taking part.” composite door for a chance to win an iPad Air. The lucky winner, picked out by Matthew Glover, FIT Show chairman, was Richard Hammond, sales & marketing director of Cutting Edge UPVC. Products featured included an impressive metallic blue gable frame along with a fully fabricated Universal Arches logo that involved five bends, an incredible 67 welds and taking 35 man hours in total. There was also an arched sliding sash window and arched shutters, courtesy of their exclusive relationship with blind and shutter specialist, Thos. Sanderson. It was also important for the company to promote its exclusive partnership agreements with Eclectic Systems for their Residence 9 system