GANA Glazing Manual 50th Anniversary Edition Now Available

The Glass Association of North America’s (GANA) Glazing Manual is now available for sale on its website. The manual, a special 50th anniversary edition and the first update in five years, represents the rapidly evolving glass and glazing industry in terms of technology, products and terminology.

Additionally, the 50th anniversary edition of the GANA Glazing Manual is the first to include completely original full color illustrations throughout the publication. "The GANA Glazing Manual 50th Anniversary Edition marks a tremendous upgrade to the previous version of the publication," said Brian Pitman, GANA director of marketing and communications.

"A great deal of time, effort and thought went into updating the publication. This version is going to have an immediate impact on the industry, and we have had several companies express their desire to purchase it for some time now."

The three-dimensional full color illustrations throughout the manual give the reader a much better understanding of the technologies, terms and concepts discussed than in the previous version. The illustrations were created and rendered by Portland-based The Facade Group LLC for GANA.

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