Vetrotech Voice | Vol 2 Issue 1 | 2014 | Subscribe

The first edition of the Vetrotech Voice for 2014 takes a look at innovative product break throughs from Vetrotech and projects that use fire-rated glass to solve complex architectural design problems.

Read about these topics and more in this edition of the Vetrotech Voice.

Vetrotech Fire-Rated Doors in Schools
Vetrotech Architectural Case Study
Glass Modernizes Football Stadium Without Sacrificing Historic Feel
Outdated, undersized, and unsafe, this football stadium in Berkeley, CA was in desperate need of renovations. To improve the security and functionality of the building while preserving its beloved Romanesque fa├žade, architects used expanses of fire-rated glass to modernize the inside, connecting sections and levels, bringing in daylight, and preserving views. Read more
Design Trends Drive Innovation in the Glass Industry
The demand for larger expanses of glass and the growth of a systems approach is driving innovation in the industry, with more technologies that preserve the aesthetics and light transmission of glass products while delivering increased security, energy efficiency, fire protection, and impact resistance. Read more
Vetrotech Trends in Fire-Rated Glass
Keralite Select Fire-Rated Glass Offers Sharper, Truer Color Viewing
On March 4, Vetrotech introduced Keralite Select, an innovative new fire-rated glass that combines patent-pending surface polishing technology with advanced composition to create the sharpest, most accurate color-viewing glass ceramic in its class. Read more
Vetrotech Trends in Fire-Rated Glass
New Glazing Product Meets Both Fire and Hurricane Impact Requirements
The demand for larger expanses of glass and the growth of a systems approach is driving innovation in the industry, with more technologies that preserve the aesthetics and light transmission of glass products while delivering increased security, energy efficiency, fire protection, and impact resistance. Read more