Seaglaze launch at Seawork
Seaglaze Marine Window and Diverse Marine signed a significant glazing supply agreement at Seawork on the first day.
It followed the official launch of Seaglaze’s new concealed frame marine window at the event, where it was also displayed in the Innovations Showcase, sponsored by National Maritime and HSSMI. Diverse Marine placed an order for marine hatches, doors and the new concealed frame windows, the first order for this new product.
The Seaglaze Concealed Frame Window gives the appearance of bonded-glass, hiding any external frame while still allowing easy installation as achieved traditionally with clamp-in frames. Specifically designed to withstand the rigors of commercial marine operations, Seaglaze’s new double-glazed concealed frame marine window is ideally suited to the Chartwell vessel.
Ben Colman, MD of Diverse Marine comments, “Diverse Marine only uses the best products on our vessels. Seaglaze’s ethos matches that of Diverse Marine in that we strive to deliver superior levels of build-quality to ensure that it will do the job well, in all conditions, for many years.”
Alastair Clayton, MD of Seaglaze states, “We are delighted to be working with Diverse Marine. This innovative window system provides a modern aesthetic, is competitively priced and is also straightforward to install, whilst remaining true to the robust nature that Seaglaze is renowned in the industry. It is a great fit with any of Diverse Marine’s new-build vessels.”
The new concealed frame window is British built, being developed and manufactured in-house by the design team at Seaglaze, which is headquartered in Norfolk, UK.
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