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9:00am – 10:00am
Nano-sized modification on the surface of glass brings huge reductions in the reflection of light and keeps the glass water-repellant and clean. Invented in Brookhaven National laboratory, NY, and commercialized by Edgehog, the nanostructure-based technology reflects 0.1% of light uniformly throughout the entire visible spectrum. Furthermore, full clarity of the glass is maintained. Applied to architectural glass and solar panels, the broad-spectrum technology promises to achieve an unparalleled look of invisible glass, increase in energy conversion for panels, and self-cleaning properties for outdoor glass. This session will be presented in French.
12:00pm – 1:00pm
This session will give a description of the new standards specifically with reference with the requirements for glass building guards. Topics covered includes: General requirements, load effects and load combinations, infill design, deflection limits and openings, anchorage, construction to improve safety, security and durability, testing and materials used for building guard assemblies.
2:30pm – 3:30pm
This session will give an overview of the Fenestration Installation Technician – Level 1 (FIT-1) Personnel Certification program. Topics covered includes: Program description, ISO 17024 standard requirements, methods and procedures to ensure the objective and unbiased assessment of a candidate’s knowledge, skills and abilities, examination process, certification prerequisites, application process and future program goals.
Manufacturing automation has been part of that evolution and is still in process in many Canadian window and door manufacturing plant. In this short conference, using many real case studies, I will help owners and plant managers understand why and how to implement automation processes in their own facility.
9:00am – 10:00am
The session will provide manufacturers. Distributors and suppliers, with minimum knowledge of Canadian regulatory requirements, a basic understanding of regulatory framework, and minimum performance requirements in Canada.
11:00am – 12:00pm
In this session, Al draws from his own experience and that of others to help fabricators get the most value (and least headaches) from their NAFS testing. Why is NAFS in the Code? Insider’s guide to the Canadian Supplement (to NAFS). Navigating NAFS product types and Performance Class. Don’t test to the Gateway size! Study the NAFS testing rules. Mullions can have NAFS ratings too. Before you test, make a plan. Don’t make the American mistake! NAFS labeling issues. You will never be 100% NAFS compliant.