In doing my presentations about building codes, I often touch on a rash of spontaneous glass breakage issues that occurred in 2010 and 2011. US Glass put out a great article covering this in their October 2011 issue. It’s worth reading if you are doing anything with glass railing. Click here to view.
A major change went into effect for the 2015 IBC. Glass railing applications may no longer use monolithic tempered glass as a glass balustrade or as infill. There are exceptions but they are limited to areas where there is no walking area below the glass railing. This was a reaction to several instances where monolithic […]
Use plywood to create templates of your finished glass requirements. Cut the pieces to size and place holes as needed for brackets and glass clips. Send the templates to your glass supplier so that they can prepare your glass to match your template. Building on a 165-year legacy, Wagner is the go-to resource for metal […]
Dry Glaze Railing Solution Speeds Installation at World’s Busiest Airport Hartsfield-Jackson Airport in Atlanta is the busiest passenger airport in the world, with 2,500 arrivals and departures and serving an astounding 250,000 passengers daily. So when Stainless Fabricators Inc. won the bid to install railings at the facility’s brand new international terminal, it represented an […]
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