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IGMA Certification
The world’s leading organization on the engineering and manufacturing of insulating glass

Why do insulating glass manufacturers certify their products?
As a general statement, irrespective of industry affiliation, manufacturers who certify their products demonstrate commitment to their customers and their products. Certification provides assurance to customers, whether they are window and door manufacturers, building code officials, architects and specifiers or home buyers, that the insulating glass unit (IGU) product they are buying is designed to meet or exceed the applicable code or standard.

As more and more states/provinces are adopting the new energy codes there is an increased demand for thermal performance certification. Hand in hand with that is longevity. That is what IG certification is all about—testing the durability of the edge seal system.

IGCC/IGMA Certification Program for the Harmonized Insulating Glass Standard (ASTM E2190)
IGMAC Certification Program for the CGSB 12.8 Standard

 

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Posted 08.16.2014
IGMA Kicks Off Technical Conference with Announcement
The Insulating Glass Manufacturers Alliance (IGMA) announced today at its Summer Technical Conference in Quebec City, Canada that all insulating glass industry members could receive most benefits of membership in the organization for the remainder of 2014 without paying member dues. The announcement came as the organization launched its Summer Conference with three days of IG technical discussion, work and networking among industry leaders.
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Posted 03.10.2014
IGMA Members Discuss Future of IG and Gas Fills
Thursday afternoon during the Insulating Glass Manufacturers Alliance's (IGMA) Winter Meeting, attendees were invited to participate in a "Glass Performance for Energy-Efficient Fenestration" panel. Bill Lingnell of Lingnell Consulting Services and IGMA technical consultant moderated the panel that included David Cooper of Guardian Industries, Jeff Haberer of Trulite Industries and Chris Barry, consultant. "When we look at the performance [of glass] today, there isn't much more we can do with the current technology. We have some low-E products that have the lowest emissivity you can get where are we going to go two, five or 10 years from now?" asked Bob Spindler of Cardinal.
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