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    ProVia is a U.S. professional-class manufacturer of fiberglass and steel entry doors, storm doors, patio doors, vinyl replacement windows, vinyl siding and stone veneer siding, available only through...
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    At WindowMaster we aspire to create excellent and safe indoor climates through natural ventilation for the benefit of people, the environment and productivity. Our solutions are typically used in...
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    The company was founded in 1991, with the total assets of 660 million Yuan, and covers the total area of 128,000 square meters. It possessed 1,100 employees, production of decorative architectural...
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    ARM Buildings was founded in 1962 as a design and build company based in Staffordshire, in the heart of the country. It has for many years offered a complete service to the construction industry for...
  • Article - 4 Jul 2003
    Initial concerns over the tightening of Part L of the building regulations (Heat loss through buildings) are alleviated by what is possibly the world’s first Part L compliant steel window, the EB24...
  • Article - 28 May 2004
    The Plastics and Rubber Weekly has reported that UK building plastics manufacturer Heywood Williams has begun to make its own wood-filled PVC window boards. Product.
  • Article - 23 Jan 2004
    Andersen, the world's largest wood window manufacturer, is launching a new range of windows at Interbuild 2004. News.
  • Article - 22 Dec 2003
    Supply air windows provide fresh air in buildings whilst minimising heat loss. Technical Brief
  • Article - 21 Jun 2004
    To counter the threat of windows shattering under the extreme conditions of Australia's notorious summer bushfires, DuPont and Pilkington Australia have developed a bushfire resistant glass...
  • Article - 25 Jul 2003
    A model-based fault detection and diagnosis system was created and evaluated whilst monitoring a room in an office building. Technical Brief