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Pilkington Helps the Energy Efficiency Evolution with Argon Gas Free of Charge


Joanne Marlow, National IGU Sales Manager, is pleased to be providing added-value for the IGUs supplied by Pilkington

Pilkington is now offering Pilkington Insulight™ insulating glass units, incorporating Pilkington K GlassTM, with argon gas filling free of charge. In the coming months many of our direct customers will benefit from the added-value units which comply with the strict requirements of EN1279, in particular Part 3 for gas filling.

This money saving initiative will help customers add value to windows and offer their customers a cost effective route to saving energy and money off their fuel bills

Joanne Marlow, National IGU Sales Manager, Pilkington said: “The current market climate means we’re all seeking better value for money. With this in mind we are providing added-value to the IGUs we supply to customers. Not only will they benefit from a greater energy performance at no extra cost, but these benefits can be easily passed on to customers. With the need to improve the energy efficiency of homes, reduce consumption of fossil fuels and meet targets for the reduction of CO2 emissions, this is good news for our customers, their customers and the environment. With this remarkable offer firmly in place customers should also consider taking the next step in energy efficient glazing and upgrade to Pilkington energiKare™ for all their insulating glass unit purchases.”



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NSG Group, the manufacturer of Pilkington glass in the UK, manufactures a wide range of float, coated, rolled, laminated and toughened glass products as well as its own range of high-performance insulating glass units. Glass is distributed direct to customers, either as stock or as bespoke processed products to meet their needs, either direct from St Helens or through its network of branches countrywide.

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