Renovation Aspect of New ClearShield Eco-System™ Exceeds Visitors Expectations at Vakbeurs Facilitair

Just over three weeks since Vakbeurs Facilitair, the leading trade event in the field of facility management in the Netherlands and Belgium, and Ritec Services are delighted to report positive feedback, new leads and early business opportunities as a result of their presence at the show. Enjoying a busy three-day event, Ritec Services and their partners EcoShield demonstrated how the new ClearShield Eco-System™ for glass renovation, “non-stick” protection and maintenance is the ideal solution for buildings especially when ordinary glass cleaning is no longer effective.



Renovation with the ClearShield Eco System™ effectively removes contaminants that have not yet etched the glass during the corrosion process. Even the toughest contamination – for example from harsh marine environments – can be removed successfully. The surface is restored to a pristine ‘as-new’ condition for enhanced clarity and a cleaner appearance.


Visitors were also shown how the ClearShield Eco-System™ transforms new or old glass into a higher value product with low-maintenance performance, resulting in diversification leading to higher sales. Customers do not have to stock a new type of glass as Ritec’s simple added-value package enables unprotected glass to be upgraded into ClearShield Eco-Glass™ in the factory or onsite.

Stefan Roelands, Managing Director of Ritec Services comments:

“Vakbeurs Facilitair has proved a great success for Ritec Services and Ecoshield with a fantastic reception to the new ClearShield Eco-System™. Visitors to our stand really embraced the fact that it is a complete system and that it can be used for renovation of glass as well as protection and maintenance.

If you were unable to come along to the show but are interested in what we showcased, please contact us and we’ll be delighted to discuss it with you. And don’t forget you can see us at Fensterbau in March, Cruise Shipping Miami in March and then Glasstec in September too.”