Edgetech's Tracy Rogers To Present At AusGlass 2010

Date: 23 August 2010
Source: Edgetech
Tracy Rogers, technical director for Edgetech I.G., will co-present as part of the IGMA Training Day sponsored by the Australian Glass and Glazing Association’s (AGGA) Insulating Glass Manufacturers Affiliation Sub-Committee.

The August 25 program will take place in conjunction with the AusGlass National Conference in Sydney, Australia, August 26-28. Rogers chairs IGMA’s North American Certification and Education committee, and much of the training program was developed by IGMA-NA.
“The presentation will focus on best practices for IG manufacturing, quality and design,” Rogers said. “Both sales and manufacturing personnel will benefit from the daylong programming.”
The IGMA Training Day will be held on August 25 in North Ryde, NSW, Australia, with transportation included in the program fees. Specific topics to be covered include proper glass handling, cutting and washing, spacer systems, muntin and grid assembly, desiccants, gas filling and IG failure root cause identification.
Visit www.ausglass2010.com.au for more information on the IGMA Training Day or to register online. For more Edgetech news and upcoming events, visit www.edgetech360.com.

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Date: 23 August 2010
Source: Edgetech

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