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ICD @ Glassbuild 2014 – “Show Highlights”

ICD showcased at the Glassbuild 2014 show in Las Vegas!

More On ICD’s Facility Expansion

Things are moving right along, and by moving, I mean quickly. Soon, we will be moving in phases and setting things up. The planning is

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ICD Expansion Is Right On Track!

I had intended on regularly blogging about the change at the new HQ for ICD. I’m not sure where the time went! Things are moving

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OPACI-COAT-300 Spandrel on Canadian Human Rights Building Spire

We are both proud to be on this project and pleased we could help when it was needed. The spire on this project needed to

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ICD Offers New Portal for Approved Factory Fabricators

New portal you say? Yup, it’s true, as we move to become more paperless, we have put your OPACI-COAT-300 Water-based Silicone Spandrel Technical Manual and

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ICD Showcases New Products for Automotive and Appliance Glass at GlassBuild America Show this September 9-11.

ICD High Performance Coatings is pleased to invite you to our booth (#2246) at the upcoming GlassBuild America show, Las Vegas, September 9-11.

ICD Introduces CeramiGlass™Frost Etch – USGlass Magazine

ICD recently introduced CeramiGlass™Frost Etch, a product line it says is designed to meet the growing decorative glass specification needs in the architectural community.

Boston Convention Center; Oldcastle BE & OPACI-COAT-300

Learn more about OPACI-COAT-300 “Zing,” I thought when I saw this. No, really, “zing.” Not only an architecturally cool building but my product (OPACI-COAT-300) is

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ICD Announces CeramiGlass Etch Product Line

Press Release: CeramiGlass etch Vancouver, WA- ICD, a world-class manufacturer of high performance coatings is pleased to announce an addition to its product offerings.  With

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ICD Coatings enter new stage []

When Kris Vockler was a girl, she’d sit at her parents’ Vancouver workplace for hours, watching her father develop new coatings for glass while her mom managed the books for their small business.

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