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  • Advanced technology blocks damage from ultraviolet light
    Running a museum is no day at the beach, but the experiences do have one thing in common: the need for advanced protection from ultraviolet rays. Ultraviolet light constitutes the most damaging form of solar radiation. It damages more than just skin; it steals color from paints, paper, fabric and even plastic. As any curator or conservator can tell you, fading is cumulative and permanent. “...
  • When antiquities, priceless collections, venerable art, fussy curators and deep pockets come into play.
    Museums and art galleries present challenges to glazing designs, given the tight environmental conditions that must be met. Consideration must be given to many parameters, often conflicting, including the quality and quantity of light, ultraviolet resistance, aesthetics, thermal performance, condensation resistance, strength, security performance, safety and cost. For a best-practice curatorial...
  • Complex subject made easy
    Would you want to consider a “climate” inside your insulating glass unit? Probably not. During manufacture, a volume of air is trapped in IG at a certain temperature and relative humidity, then exposed to the forces of nature, heat, cold and pressures. Without a desiccant to dry the air space, the trapped moisture condenses and creates “rain” inside the IG when the...
  • Tap into this burgeoning market
    Many glass fabricators are cutting stone—mainly for kitchen countertops—and making a profit out of it.“The granite end of our business rapidly catches up to the glass end,” says Mike Bell, president of Bell Mirror and Glass in Wichita, Kan. About two years ago, Bell invested more than $250,000 to create The Countertop Place because, “the market seemed to be getting...
  • LiteSentry machine spies defects before glass leaves the production line
    The Hawkeye Scratch and Defect Inspection System addresses the subjectivity of human inspection and consistently identifies defective glass before it is shipped to the customer or before more processing.
  • Don’t be last on the job
    Traditionally, glass has become the last thing installed on a base building. Therefore, glaziers have found it necessary to be creative in seeking ways to get in earlier.
  • A red-carpet preview of the products, exhibitors and seminars
    For three days, industry professionals worldwide will be drawn to Atlanta for a show that has grown to combine architectural glass, glazing and fabrication industries and the residential window and door industry in one venue.
  • How to work with artists
    Bringing the glass artist into the architectural planning process as early as possible allows the artwork to be seamlessly integrated into the project.
  • Caltrans District 7 headquarters in Los Angeles a striking addition to the bustling boulevards of downtown. The building is an architectural testament to the state transportation agency that made metropolitan L.A. the eminent car-crazed city.
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