Latest Products in Fabrication Glass

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    Edgetech I.G., Cambridge, Ohio, introduced its SustainaBlock Setting Blocks. The SustainaBlock product line offers a wide variety of material options including the latest in stable silicone technology for total system compatibility. SustainaBlocks come in a variety of sizes, profiles and materials, and offer high durability, ultraviolet resistance and compatibility with most sealants. The blocks...
  • May National Associates Inc., Lakewood, N.J., announced the development of a sustainable line of Bondaflex sealants and adhesives that rely on renewable resources (soybeans) rather than fossil fuels to produce key polymers. The Bondaflex Soythane line will help architects, specifiers and contractors meet demand for using sustainable products to meet requirements for the U.S. Green Building...
  • Linetec, Wausau, Wis., announced a change in its anodize etch chemistry from traditional caustic etch to a more environmentally friendly acid etch process. The process byproducts from the acid etch bath are recyclable, and the process reduces waste by as much as 90 percent compared to traditional etch processes, according to a company release. In addition to its green attributes, this eco-...
  • Oldcastle Glass, Santa Monica, Calif., now offers architects and designers the ability to have any image they can imagine printed on glass in full color with i-Glass decorative glass. Unlike previous production methods that employed screen printed, required high-production costs, were time consuming and had limited design capabilities, i-Glass prints digital images that look just like the...
  • Atlanta-based Southern Aluminum Finishing Co. introduced an acid etch process that meets or exceeds all AAMA 611 specifications to its aluminum anodizing services, according to a company release. The acid etch process is more environmentally friendly, resulting in less waste sludge disposal, and uses a higher percentage of recycled content in extrusion billet. Additionally, the process yields...
  • AGC InterEdge Technologies, Sausalito, Calif., announced the addition of the Pyran Platinum glass-ceramic to its line of fire- and safety-rated glazing products. The fire-rated glass-ceramic uses an innovative, patented manufacturing process that results in optical quality and superior clarity—with virtually no distortion, according to a company release. The product was developed...
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    Bystronic glass, with North American headquarters in Hauppauge, N.Y., has a new frame bending innovation: the spacerbender Multi robot. This system has a new, height-adjustable transport rail that allows for the bending of stainless steel, steel and aluminum as well as a variety of plastic spacers.With the system’s newly designed transport beam, the bending of Thermix...
  • Dorma Architectural Hardware, Reamstown, Pa., introduced a new antimicrobial coating option for Dorma locks, exit devices, trim ideal for ultra-clean environments and public venues. In environments such as healthcare facilities, educational institutions, food processing and manufacturing areas, public venues, office buildings, hotels and and restaurants, the new antimicrobial-protected coating...
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    Bystronic Glass Group, with U.S. corporate offices in Aurora, Colo., has a new frame bending innovation: the Spacerbender Multi robot. This system has a height-adjustable transport rail that allows for the bending of stainless steel, steel and aluminum, as well as a variety of plastic spacers. With the system’s newly designed transport beam, the bending of Thermix profiles is simplified. A...
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    Salem Flat Glass and Mirror, Winston-Salem, N.C., now offers Nova Felt, the latest development in synthetic polishing wheel technology. The base construction of this wheel is a polyester fiber impregnated with bonding agents and polishing enhancers using state-of-the-art polymer technology. The Nova Felt fiber architecture yields an open pore structure that will readily accept a cerium charge but...
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