[Libreoffice-qa] Solar Windows - US Air Force Approved

Dennis Roberts solarwindow01 at att.net
Mon Dec 10 07:49:55 PST 2012

Solar Collecter Windows (Interior Mounted) - University Tested and Solar Rejector Windows all in one
A 4' X 4' In'Flector window insulator can produce as much heat as a 600 watt electrical heater per sunlight hour and reflect up to 72% of the room heat back into the room! During the summer, our product reduces air infiltration up to 71%, stops solar heat gain up to 65%, and blocks up to 90% of harmful UV rays for such customers as General Motors and numerous Canadian Embassies! We would like you to consider offering your customers truly energy efficient window insulators, roller blinds, vertical blinds, or sliders. At the same time, we would like you to be a supplier, distributor or manufacturer by adding another product line for your customers to consider! We have been tested by two major universities with outstanding results and we are located in the United States, Canada, Dubai, England, Chileand Australia!
Energy Efficiency Done Right invites you to a webinar with information on chances in manufacturing or being a dealer of In'Flector See Through Radiant Barrier Window and Skylight Insulators. The webinar will take place on Tuesday, December 18th at 10:00AM(CST) The energy efficiency industry is projected to be a 40 billion dollar industry by the year 2012, and a good portion of those funds should be dedicated to improving the least energy efficient envelope component-the windows. If you need more information please reply to this email. If you want to be a part of this webinar please email back this information- your name, your business, your location, the market you desire to serve, your email and a phone number. This is a true groundfloor opportunity in a fast growing industry. Thank you for your consideration 

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