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April 9, 2013
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Glazier Bulletin: Surface Protection Offers Profit Potential for Contract Glaziers
Surface-protection products capable of restoring the original appearance of “problem glass” or protecting new glass against future degradation offer contract glaziers profit opportunities in the form of renovation projects and value-added services for new construction projects.
 
It’s the wise manufacturer that looks down the road at where regulations are going and plans accordingly. At the same time, in today’s still-struggling economy, the more immediate concern is what will be required for your products this year, and over the course of the next few years.
 
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Business news
Oldcastle Announces Price Increase
Chinese Court Invalidates Glaston Patents; Machinery Supplier to Take 'Further Action'
NFRC Accredits First Laboratory for NFRC 202
MGA to Host 26th Annual Glass Expo
 
International News
European Commission Investigates Chinese Solar Glass Production
Glasspex India 2013 Reflects Country's Growing Glass Industry
 
People news
Thermal Industries Promotes Richard Hardie
 
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glassblog
Time is Running Out
By Jenni Chase

Time is running out to nominate your best product, project or employee for the 2013 Glass Magazine Awards, with the deadline to submit nominations coming up next Tuesday, April 16.

From the Fabricator: Springing Into Show Season
By Max Perilstein
Spring is starting to hit, and trade-show season is about to kick into gear. 2013 is lining up to be an extremely memorable year for shows, and it’s something that everyone in our industry should take as a very positive sign.  

Product Spotlight
Fire-resistive security glazing
Safti First's SuperSecure II-XLS clear, fire-resistive security glazing achieves a Class A-1 rating per the California Department of Corrections 860-09a testing requirements and meets ASTM E-119/UL 263/NFPA 251 with hose stream up to two hours.
Great Glazing
Lakewood Cemetery Garden Mausoleum


Contract glazier: Empirehouse
Glass fabricator:
Viracon
Railing components supplier and installer:
Livers Bronze
Door manufacturer and installer:
Ellison Bronze

Minnesota's 24,000-square-foot, two-level Lakewood Cemetery Garden Mausoleum has a simple, yet elegant, exterior clad in rough-textured gray granite, white mosaic marble and glass. The interior is flooded with light that filters through skylights and lantern windows, creating a calming and meditative atmosphere. Read more...


 
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