FireLite® Ceramic Glass Named Fire-Rated Product Of The Year By USGlass Magazine Readers

Date: 12 February 2010
Source: TGP
Snoqualmie, Wash., February 9, 2010 — In a late 2009 poll, USGlass magazine readers selected FireLite® ceramic glass from Technical Glass Products (TGP) as the fire-rated product of the year.

Named “A Clear Choice for Fire-Rated Glazing,” FireLite received accolades for its ability to help architects, specifiers and building owners find cost-effective and aesthetic glazing solutions that meet fire-safety code requirements. www.fireglass.com
 
FireLite ceramic glass is available in a range of product make-ups, with fire ratings up to three hours. It passes the mandatory hose stream test, is listed by Underwriters Laboratories, Inc., can be ordered with a factory-applied film or laminate for impact safety, and is available in insulated glass units. FireLite is clear and wireless, and comes in two different surface finishes, premium grade and standard grade.
 
“It’s an honor to have FireLite come out on top with design professionals and glaziers,” says Jeff Razwick, vice president of business development for TGP. “We focus on providing our customers with the best in fire-rated and specialty glazing, and it’s encouraging to receive their positive feedback.”
 
About Technical Glass Products
Technical Glass Products (TGP) is your one source for fire-rated glass and framing systems, along with specialty architectural glass products. The company offers AIA registered continuing education, project consultation, product specifications, CAD drawings and rapid-response quoting. For more information about TGP's products and services, call (800) 426-0279 or visit www.fireglass.com (fire-rated glass) or www.tgpamerica.com (architectural glass).

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Date: 12 February 2010
Source: TGP

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