June 1, 2010 | Vol 5, Num 22
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  • Why NFRC uses U-factors for windows
    By Jim Benney
    NFRC recognizes only U-factors for energy ratings for important technical reasons, consumer reasons, and legal reasons.
  • From the fabricator
    By Max Perilstein
    So many folks see 2010 as a washout and that the real start of a return to greatness will come in 2011.
Product spotlight

High-efficiency windows

Graham Architectural Products, York, Pa., announced a line of high-efficiency window products called GThurm. The architecturally rated windows feature thermal transmission measures as low as U 0.18 ... read more  

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Millennium Tower shines with blue glass

Completed in 2009, the 58-story, $350-million Millennium Tower in San Francisco is clad in blue glass, resembling a translucent crystal. The residential tower, also known as 301 Mission St., is the fourth-tallest building in San Francisco and features 350,000 square feet of glass. 

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