Traco Adds Lamination Line

Traco has installed lamination equipment to satisfy the increasing demand for laminated windows, curtain wall, storefront, entrances and skylights.

The additional requirements for added safety and security are particularly evident for educational facilities, government buildings and coastal buildings due to International Building Codes (IBC) changes and recent threats to national security.The equipment purchased is the first of its kind installed in the United States.

Traco has been tempering its own glass in-house as part of a routine production line for more than 20 years. TRACO manufactures a complete line of custom-designed architectural, heavy commercial, commercial and residential rated windows, doors, curtain wall, storefront, entrances, skylights, solariums, folding glass walls, sunrooms and impact resistant hurricane windows and doors. The company's six manufacturing facilities, totaling approximately 2 million square feet, are located in Cranberry Township, Pa., Johnson City and Kingsport, Tenn., Red Oak, Iowa, Miami, Fl. and Wuhan, China. TRACO manufactures products for retrofit, new construction and historic projects utilizing state-of-the-art systems.

600450 Traco Adds Lamination Line
Date: 20 May 2003
Source: Fenestration

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