Titled Guidelines for Handling and Cleaning Decorative Glass, the GIB provides information and tips for several aspects of handling decorative glazing, including transportation, cutting and other types of further fabrication.
“Decorative glazing has rapidly become a large industry in itself,” said Brian Pitman, Director of Marketing and Communications for GANA. “This newest Glass Informational Bulletin will be an extremely helpful guide to fabricators and to glazing contractors who find they are using these products more often in the field.” Since their original creation, GANA’s Glass Information Bulletins have been downloaded over a quarter million times from the website at www.glasswebsite.com. Visitors to the site’s TechCenter will be able to add this GIB to their library beginning today.
Furthermore, GANA will release the GANA Glass Informational Bulletins Volume One print document for sale on their website soon. The document will be a professionally printed and bound compendium of the first 20 Bulletins released by the organization to be added to the professional’s library.
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The Glass Association of North America provides the organizational structure for addressing the needs of a diverse membership. Comprised of the Building Envelope Contractors, Decorative, Flat Glass Manufacturing, Insulating, Laminating, Mirror and Tempering Divisions and an Affiliate Classification, GANA provides a forum for exchanging information and ideas and presenting a unified voice on matters affecting the glass industry and for developing the management and technical sophistication needed to remain competitive in a constantly changing business environment.
Contact: Brian Pitman
Dir. Marketing and Communications