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  • Cable net application grows in intelligent glazing
     Her face looks on gracefully from a statue in the square, soon to be an icon of a renovation. Chosen for her calm, romantic qualities, her profile will be magnified on the prominent façade of the Fifth Third Bank building at Fountain Square in downtown Cincinnati. A glass cable net will give the building a distinctive look while meshing easily with the rest of the square structures....
  • Experts present varied review of U.S. economy at Reed 2008 Forecast Conference
     When developing a business plan for 2008, consider hedging your bets. Economists at the Reed 2008 Construction Forecast Conference gave the U.S. economy and the outlook for the construction industry mixed reviews. The conference took place Oct. 3-4 in Washington, D.C.   The cautionary note “was sobering, but it adds balance” to the forecast, says Michael F. Maher,...
  • Vitrum 2007: Elegant venue, larger booths, new sectors highlight Milan show
    Cutting-edge, gleaming machines in various shapes and sizes flaunted their superior capabilities at the 15th Vitrum International trade fair for machinery, equipment and systems for the processing of flat and hollow glass; glass and finished products for the industry, Oct. 3-6. Olive-skinned, raven-haired hostesses offered free wine and hors d’ oeuvre at bars that were part of most of the...
  • NGA members respond to sales, employment, business environment questions
     The recently completed 2007 NGA Competitiveness Survey provides a broad view of business practices and performances across the membership of the National Glass Association, McLean, Va. Survey findings, based on responses from 88 NGA members, reveal a wealth of benchmarks that can help all members steer their firms toward more profitable, productive years. Among this year’s top-line...
  • Debate continues regarding use of hose stream test
     According to a United States Fire Administration’s congressional report, the rate of fire related deaths per capita in the United States is two to three times that of several European nations and is at least 20 percent higher than most developed countries.  For a country that still has one of the worst fire safety records in the industrialized world, equating safety with a glazed...
  • Variables can affect performance of two-component adhesive
     Choosing a static mixer requires more than reading a sales catalog and selecting a part number. Adhesive manufacturers and end users both should investigate many variables when evaluating mixer characteristics for specific applications. This article is a guide to help make the right decision when choosing a static mixer to properly mix a two-component adhesive.Sometimes called a motionless...
  • Insulating glass manufacturers strive for accuracy, repeatability and consistency in seal dispensing. Selecting the proper sealant is critically important; how to accurately dispense the material to maximize performance and minimize waste is just as important. Equipment suppliers offer a variety of pumping systems for insulating glass manufacturing, including piston pumps and spur gear pumps....
  •  Many solutions prevent unauthorized entry while providing life safety. The most common and effective method is the panic device. Since patented in 1908, the panic bar has been securing doors while providing a safe and quick emergency exit.Property managers, store owners and security personnel face security issues and common nuisances, such as accidental exit, pranks and other abuses....
  • Managing director, Fenzi Group, Italy
     Education: 1995, Degree in Economic Sciences, Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi, MilanCareer:  early 2007-present, CEO, Fenzi Group, Italy; 1994, started working at FenziPersonal: Born in Milan; age 37; married, three children  Diversions: Golf, skiing, skeleton, motorboats Connections: Fenzi S.p.A., Via Trieste 13-15, 20067 Tribiano (Milan) Italy, ale@fenzigroup.com,...
  • This is the second story about cleaning glass with metal scrapers. A longer story will appear in an upcoming issue of Glass Magazine. Fabrication debris, metal scrapers don't mix The demand for heat-treated glass has increased during the past decade due to the development of higher-performance tinted and coated glasses that must be heat-treated to avoid thermal stress breakage. Higher...
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