ANISOTROPY: Softsolution participated in the ASTM meeting

ANISOTROPY: Softsolution participated in the ASTM meeting
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Date: 27 July 2018

Louis Moreau, Head of Technology & Innovation at AGNORA, along with Rick Wright, Director of Technical Services at Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope, has assembled an international group of stakeholders to develop a new ASTM standard test method for anisotropy measurement on glass.

The initial kick-off meeting took place at Apple’s former headquarters, One Infinity Loop.

Also Hermann Sonnleiter and Peter Pfannenstill from Softsolution were part of the meeting, who were able to present current glass quality testing- and measuring methods to the entire expert committee. “Many thanks to Rick and all others that made this kick off meeting so perfect and interesting to all of us!” Hermann Sonnleitner (Head of R&D), Softsolution

The ASTM kick-off meeting included worldwide, industry experts such as: AppleAGNORAOldcastle BuildingEnvelopeSkanska UKHCU HamburgMunich University of Applied SciencesSaint-Gobain GlassSoftsolutionViprotronLiteSentryArcon Flachglas-Veredlung GmbHFriedmann & KirchnerMcMaster UniversityGlasstechGlaston AmericaSedakPermasteelisaStandard Bent GlassEckersley O’CallaghanCorningNSGKurarayLBNLTrulite, and Eastman Chemical.

Peter Pfannenstill

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