Vetrotech Saint-Gobain at Glass Expo 2015

VETROTECH SAINT-GOBAIN, leading USA-manufacturer of fire-rated glass and framing systems, will be at GlassExpo West at the Hotel Jamboree Center in Irvine, California March 19th through 20th, 2015.

In addition, to showcasing their award winning product Keralite Select fire-rated glass ceramic product, Vetrotech will also display hurricane-resistant, and bullet-resistant fire-rated glass and framing.

On Thursday at 3:30 in booth 200, attendees can view a demonstration video on how to install Contraflam Structure. “The Contraflam Structure 60 system is unique because it is the largest glass building product produced in US history. No one in the glass industry has ever gone past 5,000 square feet and this product exceeds 7,000 square feet of glass.” says Sean Ross, lead engineer. “We can install this seamless butt glazed product in angle or iron frames.“

On Friday, Vetrotech West Coast Regional Sales Manager, Brigitte Ross will be showing an educational video demonstration at 10:30 on Friday that explains the differences and the benefits of fire-resistant and fire-protective glass.

About Saint-Gobain Vetrotech

Vetrotech Saint-Gobain is the leading producer of fire resistant glass and systems with more than 30 years of experience. Vetrotech has products available world-wide over a network of local sales offices and regional production facilities. Vetrotech Saint-Gobain North America manufactures and produces fire-rated glass and fire-resistant doors, frames and window systems in the USA. Vetrotech products protects against noise, attack, impact, bullets, blast, hurricane and UV rays and is available in any custom architectural make-up.

For energy efficiency, EPD, LEED ratings and more information please contact the North America factory sales offices at 888.803.9533.

To learn more, visit www.vetrotechusa.com.

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