The Glass Association of North America (GANA) is an amazing organization for many reasons, most of which is its ability to evolved and the ability for membe …
GANA NE Roundtable discussions announced.
September 19th through the 20th of this year, know where I’ll be? Chicago!! Not only am I excited to hang out in one of the coolest towns in the USA, but I get to be part of another great GANA conference. Jay Philips of Guardian Industries Corp, GANA President, says it best: “By attending Fall Conference, you help shape our industry and ensure your interests are heard.”
The crux of the post is a call out on the fact that the decorative glass industry has a complete lack of performance standards. W
Decorative Division Works to Develop Industry Resources During Glass Week http://bit.ly/hZlNF0 It’s been four years as the Division Chair, I’m sad and happy to see it turned over to some new people. What a great experience it’s been. Now, on to some Decorative Glass standards setting and working on some committees!
Important news that I neglected to report on, this occurred back in December 2009. OPACI-COAT-500® was subjected to testing under the Glass Association of North America 89-1-6(2008) Specification for Environmental Durability of Heat Treated Spandrel Glass with Applied Opacifiers.
All colors submitted passed all sections without issue. Contact ICD for a copy of the full report.