Clearview South July 2014 - Issue 152 - Page 82

Glass Systems steals the Show with over 150 new leads Glass Systems, the UK’s largest independent sealed unit manufacturer, has recorded a huge success at this year’s FIT Show, with over 150 new leads collected throughout the three days of exhibition. FIT Show visitors were tempted with a one-off special offer of 50% off Climate conservatory roof glass and a special price for decorative glass, both of which attracted a lot of interest from fabricators and installers alike.The decorative glass options include coloured, neutral and bevelled designs, while the Climate conservatory roof glass is available in a range of different styles, each one offering benefits such as reduced glare from the sun, self-cleaning and thermal efficiency. New clients can take advantage of the special price reduction until the end of June. Following the recent opening of a new factory in Peterborough, FIT Show was the perfect opportunity for Glass Systems to connect with fabricators and installers locat ed in the eastern region of the country. Glass Systems at the FIT Show 2014: l-r: Dave Summers, Kevin Pearce & Simon Lilly Call 01792 773752 or visit Leading fabricator celebrates 30 years with Deceuninck at FIT Dempsey Dyer’s presence at FIT was marked by an impressive window industry milestone, as it celebrated 30 years of collaboration with Belgian profile supplier, Deceuninck. The Pontefract-based fabricator marked the occasion with a champagne reception held at the Deceuninck stand. (l-r) Martin Wright, Trevor Hopper and Peter Dyer Dempsey Dyer MD Tom Dyer said: “Deceuninck has been a superb supplier for the past 30 years. They offer innovative products, great service and they’ve never once let us down.” The FIT Show was also the perfect opportunity for Dempsey Dyer to promote their Inspire range of PVC-u, timbereffect and timber windows and doors. Products included a timber door manufactured in Euro Oak with a ‘cypress stain’, a timber door featuring Maco’s keyless locking system and the popular ‘timber-look’ mechanically-jointed Beaumont window. Installers interested in the company’s PVCu range were able to visit the adjoining Deceuninck stand. Visitors also learned about the Inspire marketing support package, a consumer-facing brand designed to help installers promote the benefits of Dempsey’s product range to homeowners. Call 01977 649641 or visit ‘PERFECT PLATFORM’ FOR CLIMATEC’S LATEST Climatec Window’s 21st year in business took off with the launch of their new Calibre Window and Door profile systems in January. But the FIT Show proved to be the perfect platform to showcase this product, and demonstrate the high quality fabrication on which Climatec pride themselves. There was a great response to the new 82 Cailbre system. It was the first time any fabricator has shown this product and by having two casement windows, a tilt and turn and a residential door on the stand, Climatec showed the various options and colours available for this system. Climatec also showcased their Rehau Total70 SBD French doors, along with the high security hardware and glass units that enabled them to achieve their SBD accreditation. There was also a TV presentation showing the testing processes that Climatec’s products undergo before they achieve their Enhanced Security status. To show off their fabrication skills further Climatec exhibited an imitation timber effect window, utilising the Rehau Total 70 chamfered and sculptured profile mechanically jointed, in a white woodgrain finish. Monkey tail handles and a dummy stay were used to complete the overall look.