Curtain Wall Manufacturers
Curtain Wall Manufacturers are those
companies that take the architectural plans and coordinate the cladding system and design
into actuality. They coordinate with many subcontractors including the general contractor
for the installation, curtain wall consultants like Architectural Cladding Service, Inc / ACSI LTD
to produce the detail drawings, and engineers to do the structural calculations for the
mock-up and curtain wall system.
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McKee Fluidized Glazing Ltd. have developed revolutionary,
environmental friendly, engineered and tested cladding systems
for buildings, office blocks and factories. The applications are
suited to any building that needs to be cooled or heated.
Up to the time of the development no cladding existed which can dissipate or use the solar and/or the internal energies of a
building. It is the only facade system available that can remove the internally generated heat gains from people and equipment. McKee cladding systems reduce running costs and pollution, attractive, aesthetically pleasing; the colour of the facade may be changed at will, create healthy buildings at a reduced capital
cost. No extra cooling in summer or heating in winter. Except for
extreme conditions. >95% energy saving. Solar Photovoltaics may be used to power the system.
The technology has been lead by Dr. Frederick McKee the inventor who worked as a senior scientist/engineer with Marconi Research for about twenty years, MD of Dunlop Solaronics Ltd., as consultant to Loctite on adhesive enhancement treatments,
Saint-Gobain and Vegla as R&D consultant on fabrication of "Fluidized Glazing " units.
In depth technical information and results of INDEPENDENT tests given in web-site
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