Visit Vetrotech Saint-Gobain at AIA 2014 Booth 3660

Visit Vetrotech Saint-Gobain at AIA 2014 -- Vetrotech Saint-Gobain looks forward to seeing you in the Windy City! Please visit us at booth 3660, where we will be showing our latest specialty architectural glass products including samples and videos of testing for hurricane-impact glass, fire-rated systems and framing, integral blinds, bullet-resistant glass, skylights and glass flooring.

Please stop by and talk to us about IGU's, IBC codes for fire-rated products, fire-ratings, hose stream tests, certification, ceramic glass products, curtainwall and more. We are the industry leader backed by Saint-Gobain with over 300 years glass manufacturing experience and Vetrotech's fire-rated glass products are manufactured in the USA in our fabrication plant near Seattle, WA.


  • Talk to our experts about fire-rated glass
  • Talk to Brigitte Ross after the FIRE-RATED CE in the Saint-Gobain Learning Lounge
  • See samples of fire-rated glass and framing
  • See the new Keralite Select product – fire-rated glass ceramic with the appearance of float glass
  • Talk to our experts participation in AIA CHAT Stop by booth 3660, drop your business card in our drawing, sign up for our e-newsletter, and win prizes.
600450 Visit Vetrotech Saint-Gobain at AIA 2014 Booth 3660
Date: 23 June 2014
Source: Vetrotech Saint-Gobain

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