Launches Customer Newsletter
Azon USA Inc., of Kalamazoo, Mich., recently published a new glossy
four-page newsletter to be mailed to its growing customer base.
According to the company, the newsletter was designed and executed
to help educate the architectural glass community about the benefits
of the company's Warm-Light® product and will be published three
times per year. The newsletter, titled The New Standard,
will feature examples of how the company's thermally improved spacer
improves the performance of insulated glass.
The first issue, to be mailed the week of January 30th, features
the technology of thermally improved spacers, how Warm-Light®
was used to improve the condensation resistance factor (CRF) of
the glazed openings in the main façade of the Museum of Modern
Art in New York City, and a profile of J.E. Berkowitz, L.P., Azon's
first Warm-Light® Certified Fabricator.
Azon chose J.E. Berkowitz, L.P. of Westville, N.J. as its first
fabricator for this product because the company follows methods
to meet ASTM standard E 2190 and for its commitment to quality and
service. Warm-Light® is a thermally improved spacer for use
in commercial insulated glass applications.
"We are thrilled to be named Azon's first certified fabricator
for its excellent Warm-Light® product," says Michael Z.
Nicklas, Architectural Sales and Marketing Manager for J.E. Berkowitz,
L.P. "By incorporating Warm-Light® we can provide thermally
improved, structurally stronger air space material for commercial
insulated glass. We look forward to working with Azon on more projects
in improving the performance of insulated glass."
Future issues of The New Standard will feature an in-depth
look at CRF and how it can be minimized with Warm-Light® and
how J.E. Berkowitz, L.P. and Azon worked together on improving CRF
and thermal efficiency at Christiana Hospital in Newark, Del.