“Most Innovative” Product in its Category
Glass Magazine’s prestigious glass and metal industry awards program recognizes the best products and glass applications for the commercial, retail and fabrication markets. Awards were given in eight product and project categories, including “Most Innovative Curtain Wall, Window or Storefront Product” – the full name of the category in which Hope’s Thermal Evolution technology leads.
“This is another confirmation of the great leap forward Hope’s Thermal Evolution technology represents,” says Randy Manitta, President/CEO of Hope’s. “We greatly appreciate the recognition from Glass Magazine.”
Hope’s Thermal Evolution technology is a breakthrough solution for hot-rolled, solid steel windows to meet increasingly stringent energy efficiency standards. Steel is five times more thermally resistant than aluminum, making it the ideal material for long-lasting energy efficient windows and doors. Now, with Thermal Evolution technology, all the intrinsic strengths of solid hot-rolled steel are maintained along with enhanced thermal efficiency, exceeding today’s most stringent thermal codes.
Unlike common thermal-breaks, Hope’s frames are not split. To retain the superior structural strength and durability of steel, Hope’s solid steel windows remain completely intact for the full depth of the window profile.
For more information, including product performance, spec sheets, and drawings (in DXF and DWG files), visit HopesWindows.com/evolution
The winners of the Glass Magazine awards were chosen by a panel of judges representing all segments of the glass/glazing industry. The winning entries are featured in the July 2015 issue of Glass Magazine and online at GlassMagazine.com.
Glass Magazine is the leading trade publication of the flat glass industry, serving the commercial, retail and fabrication segments. The official magazine of the National Glass Association, it provides subscribers informative coverage of glass industry news, trends and analysis; product introductions; and best business practices; in addition to glass industry statistics and supplier resource guides.