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July 24, 2018
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Last Chance to Submit Product Information for glasstec Product Preview
The September issue of Glass Magazine will feature a preview of the glass and glazing products exhibitors will have on display at the glasstec International Trade Fair for Glass, Oct. 23-26. To make sure your company is included, complete the submission form by Wednesday, July 25.

The possibilities in architectural glass continue to evolve, with greater complexity, bolder designs and new considerations at every point throughout the manufacturing and glazing process. It’s enough to be a little intimidating, but the opportunity to succeed and to push the boundaries exists and is ripe for the taking.
 
 
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Industry News
Local Council in Canada Rejects Application for Xinyi Glass Float Plant
 
Alcoa Reports Financial Impact of Aluminum Tariffs
 
Saint-Gobain to Install ORC Systems in Two Float Plants
 
 
Event News
Registration Opens for Glass+Metal Symposium in Ft. Lauderdale
 
Security Window Design Workshop and Training
 
Facade Tectonics Heads to Vancouver July 30
 
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Product Spotlight

Quattrolifts Horizon Auto Drive and Mule
The Quattrolifts Horizon Auto or Mule are perfect for Glass handling in shop. The Auto Horizon is a mobile machine operated by one man and is ideal to lay glass from vertical to horizontal weighing up to 770lbs. The Mule has a narrow footprint and works in tight spaces loading and unloading glass weighing up to 1100lbs on polishing machines, racks and trucks. Both machines have the capacity to rotate glass 360 degrees and can be upgraded to a dual vacuum system. Call Chip for a quote on (301) 748-7127.

United Plate Glass Transforms Commercial Glass Offering

Adds DFI’s FuseCube via IGE

As part of their pursuit to deliver the best quality architectural glass, United Plate Glass (UPG) is streamlining the application of Diamon-Fusion protective coating through their newly purchased FuseCube. With the ability to treat large IG units, UPG will use the FuseCube to coat a wide variety of commercial glass, including storefronts, glass railings, spandrels, as well as their shower doors and heavy fabricated glass.

The Diamon-Fusion coating chemically bonds with the silica in any surface, creating an ultra-thin, invisible barrier that prevents staining, corrosion and environmental damage. And because Diamon-Fusion has no cure time (glass can be handled immediately), UPG will be able to fulfill orders faster and more effectively.

To learn more about UPG, visit www.unitedplateglass.com.

 
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The Professional Services Perspective: Customer Experience
By John Wheaton
I often ask myself, how consistent of an experience am I creating for clients? How am I making it easy on the client? How are my colleagues and people representing our services to buyers, prospective clients and observers?
From the Fabricator: Look at Fall Conference
By Max Perilstein
To everyone coming to GlassBuild America, I recommend you seriously look at attending the Fall Conference while there. If you want to get involved and learn about what’s going on with codes, advocacy, etc., you need to sign up and attend.
Great Glazing
National Aviary, Pittsburgh

Contract glazier: Greenhouse Renovation Services
Glass manufacturer: Vitro Glass
Glass fabricators: Walker Glass, Dlubak Specialty Glass Corp.

The Tropical Rainforest exhibit at the National Aviary in Pittsburgh reopened in July following a four-month-long renovation. The restoration is the first in the popular exhibit’s 66-year history. Covered by a new bird-friendly glass canopy featuring laminated glass, the renovation included the installation of 19,600-square-feet of glass and new immersive activities for the 72 birds that live there. The canopy replaces the original single-strength annealed float glass that was installed during the habitat’s construction in 1952, improving the aesthetics and energy performance of the glass while protecting birds inside the exhibit. Read more...

 

  

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