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TVITEC coming to Veteco GLASS 2018

TVITEC will exhibit glass and large-format solutions that triumph in sustainable building projects

TVITEC, the main processor of architectural glass in Spain, will show its wide range of glazed solutions for the unconventional building market at Stand 10D04 during Veteco 2018.

Tvitec stand will display its large glass products, which are setting a worldwide trend for the possibility of reaching 12 metres in a single piece, both in double and triple glazing and in tempered products and security or screen-printed laminates.

Its new cutting-edge digital screen printing will have its own space at the TVITEC stand to promote its ability to define and reproduce absolutely genuine colour. The leading company in Spain will present a very novel product in this field that will be unveiled at the Ifema trade fair, from November 13 to 16.

The “Espacio Tvitec” area will welcome cladding sector professionals, architects and opinion leaders in advanced glazing solutions to give them all the information on the latest trends and technological capabilities that the company offers for processing and implementing high-performance glass in projects in which sustainability, energy saving and eco-efficiency are absolute essentials.

Veteco seems the most appropriate venue to learn about the products that Tvitec is supplying for some of the residential and office megaprojects being carried out in the United States, such as One Vanderbilt, One Manhattan West and One Manhattan Square. Closer to home, they have also been used in Madrid in exclusive luxury developments such as Lagasca 99.

TVITEC also has a large technical department where staff highly qualified in glass treatment can advise customers on choosing the right products for each project, prioritising the aesthetic balance with factors such as brightness and the regulation of the atmosphere indoors and out.


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