Latest news

16 results
| This 8/13 session will focus on the appearance properties of glass and glazing to mitigate unanticipated outcomes of various treatments, presented by Steve Thomas, PE (CA) of Guardian Glass.
| AAMA GDSG-1, Design Guide for Sloped Glazing and Skylights, an FGIA standard, was last updated in 1987, when it was first created.
| IATF is the new automotive standard, replacing ISO/TS.
| GGI, a premier glass fabricator and distributor, successfully tests for ASTM C1629 Hard-Body Impact Resistance.
| POLFLAM® fire-resistant glass or KNOW-HOW AND BUSINESS – a combination that makes a competitive product
| Clients and Architects have come to expect glass to be perfect and present no visual barrier to the view outside the building except for a reduction in light transmittal.
| Yesterday, October 6th, was the third day for Vitrum, Italy's international trade show dedicated to machinery, products and accessories for Flat and Hollow glass.
| PRESS GLASS has published a new version of its Company Standard.
| European Aluminium, EuroWindoor, ES-SO and Glass for Europe come together to call for a modernised EPBD.
| In January of 2016, the Canadian General Standards Board (CGSB) released a draft of the updated national standard for wired glass in an effort to prevent further injuries stemming from the accidental impact with type of glazing. 
| Smart-Builder is proud to announce their new membership of the UK’s Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF). The Federation is Britain’s main representative organisation for companies in all aspects of the glass and glazing trade. 
| The American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) has released the AAMA 2015/2016 Study of the U.S. Market for Windows, Doors and Skylights.
| Members of AAMA’s Glass Material Council (GMC) Marketing Committee and Insulating Glass Manufacturers Alliance's (IGMA) Visual Quality Task Group are developing a consumer guide for homeowners which will explain allowable glass obstructions…
| CEN has submitted a draft standard to the preliminary inquiry phase destined to provide information required for CE marking of windows and external pedestrian doors.
| Standardised safety glass will soon be compulsory for all vehicles, either made locally or imported, to ensure the safety of motorists by minimising the impact of broken windscreens.
| Eight new standards on glass for the building industry recently published as UNI standards. UNI EN 12150-1 "Glass in building - Thermally toughened soda lime silicate safety glass - Definition and description." UNI EN 12337-1 "Glass…