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Deceuninck Introduces Innergy AP – new line of custom commercial components at GlassCon Global – Glass Expo VE

September 9, 2020

Deceuninck Introduces Innergy AP – new line of custom commercial components at GlassCon Global – Glass Expo VE

With Innergy AP structural strength meets thermal performance

Deceuninck North America, a global leader in fenestration, is launching a premium line of architectural products called INNERGY® AP at GlassCon Global – Glass Expo VE. The technical conference and exposition gets under way virtually today for the architectural glass, metal, and fenestration industries, Sept. 9-10, 2020.

Dececunink’s new line of custom commercial fenestration system components is being shown exclusively in its virtual booth and a new dedicated website housing technical data, comparison charts, FAQs, and more.

Made from a revolutionary fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP), Innergy Architectural Products deliver both structural strength and thermal performance – the best properties of aluminum and polyamide – for today’s modern buildings. Moreover, it improves the thermal performance of commercial windows, doors, curtain wall and storefront systems without the need for a complete redesign.

Innergy AP parts are custom-designed to fit existing commercial fenestration products and include pressure plates, structural thermal struts, reinforcements, and curtain wall components. The offering builds from Deceuninck’s Innergy® Rigid Thermal Reinforcements already used in window and door frame chambers for enhanced energy efficiency.

“This new offering is a natural extension of our Innergy reinforcements and demonstrates our team’s focus on innovation, reliability, and sustainability. We are delivering custom solutions to meet the heightened performance demands for today’s modern buildings,…With Innergy AP, you don’t have to compromise on strength or thermal performance.”

Gregory Koch, vice president of sales and marketing for Deceuninck North America.

Innergy Architectural Products replace aluminum and polyamide parts with customized fiber-reinforced polymer components that deliver up to 900 times more energy efficiency than aluminum.

Inside INNERGY® AP – Material Science

The material science behind Innergy AP is Deceuninck’s Rovex® technology – an advanced composite of continuous glass fibers and polyurethane polymer, which has been commercially available since 2012. The fiber-reinforced polymer has been tested on key performance attributes compared to traditional materials such as aluminum and polyamide.

To learn more about the full range of custom pressure plates, structural thermal struts, reinforcements, and curtain wall components, visit

Deceuninck’s experts are available for a live chat from their booth on the GlassCon Global – GlassExpo VE platform, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., Sept. 9 and 10, 2020.

About Deceuninck NA

Deceuninck North America, LLC is an industry-leading fully integrated design, compounding, tooling, lamination, fiberglass pultrusion, and PVC extrusion company that produces energy-efficient residential and commercial windows and door systems. The company is committed to developing high-performance products and has customers that produce over 7 million windows and doors annually. Its headquarters are in Monroe, Ohio, with a facility in Fernley, Nevada. Deceuninck North America is part of the Deceuninck Group, an integrated global organization that produces PVC window systems for the building industry. Deceuninck Group employs 3,600 people servicing more than 4,000 customers in 91 countries with worldwide production facilities. For more information, please visit