Dear Customer, UKCA Glass Marking The UKCA (UK Conformity Assessment) mark is the new UK product marking that will be required for processed glass products for use in buildings being placed on the market in Great Britain (England, Wales and Scotland). It replaces products that previously required the CE mark. Dual […]
dualseal is proud to announce that we are now part of the vandaglas Group. This is an extremely exciting and positive development which will help the company to grow and prosper further in the architectural glass sector. We were pleased to welcome Nils Matthies and Ulrich Feindt todualseal’s site in the past month in order to introduce themselves to our team.
A massive congratulations to one of our drivers Richard David on passing his C+E License.
Richard joined dualseal 18 years ago, and is one of our longest serving drivers. We currently have a fleet of 10 drivers at dualseal, and we now have 3 qualified C+E License-holding drivers.
Two members of our Quality Department, Kristie Sherriff and Danielle Adamson, have recently completed training in Level 1 and 2 Glass in Buildings, conducted by our Technical Director, John Pearson. This is a great introduction for new starters in the glass industry to help them get to grips with glass types and glass processing.
A huge congratulations to them both on this commendable achievement.
dualseal are delighted to announce that our fully automated Bystronic Speed Sealing Robot has been fully installed and commissioned.
On 20th September 2021, Teamdualseal travelled to Hibaldstow Airfield in North Lincolnshire to complete a sky dive from 15,000ft in support of Kirkwood Hospice, a local charitable organisation providing care to patients with life-limiting illnesses and their families. Over the past few months, Nigel Meredith, Joshua Covell and Kieran Carr have been raising money to complete the skydive and support Kirkwood Hospice and their amazing work.