Gana announces 2008 edition of the engineering standards manual

(TOPEKA, 30.06.2008) - The Glass Association of North America (GANA) announced today the release of its 2008 Edition of the GANA Tempering Division’s Engineering Standards Manual.

The manual, for sale on the GANA website, is designed to assist manufacturers/fabricators, engineers, architects, architectural specifiers, consumers and users of heat-treated glass. The manual includes current technology and standards for heat-strengthened and fully tempered glass products, and will begin shipping on July 7th.

“A great deal of effort and expertise went into this revision six years in the making,” said Bill Yanek, GANA Executive Vice President. “We strongly encourage those in the industry to update to this edition for the best technical information available.” Prices for the Engineering Standards Manual are $35 for GANA Members and $70 for non-members. Visitors to the GANA website at www.glasswebsite.com may browse the Table of Contents for the manual, as well as purchase it. The manual is available as a print document, as well as on CD-Rom.

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