How is IGMA’s Workshop Different?
IGMA’s IG Fabricator Workshop has been getting rave reviews from attendees who came away with a clearer perspective on the IG fabrication process and the many things that can go wrong and cost a fabricator dearly. Typical industry education has focused on the classroom with hour after hour of PowerPoint presentations and pictures.
Not the IG Fabricator Workshop. Attendees spending three days working with their hands, learning the ins and outs of IG fabrication and standards, experiencing the details firsthand.
“The hands-on portion is awesome. Being able to take what was learned in a presentation and then apply it in real life was really effective.”
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IGMA is bringing the workshop and its revolutionary approach to industry education to Canada at the Exova Test Facility in Mississauga, Ontario. Register now before the class fills up to attend and get immediate impact to your company’s bottom line. Modules include::
Station 1: Glass Cutting & Washing (Bill Briese, Bill Lingnell)
Station 2: Spacer and IG Fabrication (Richard Warren)
Station 3: Sealants/ Hot Melt Sealant (Mike Speicher, Laurent Chatagneau)
Sealant Adhesion & Butterfly Test (Mike Speicher, Paul Chackery, David Cooper)
Station 4: Volatile Fog (Jeff Haberer)
Station 5: Gas Filling and Measurement (Randi Ernst)
Station 6: Desiccants and Desiccant Matrix (Shulin Chu, Brian White)
Station 7: Forensic Investigation of IGU Failures (Bill Lingnell)
IGMA Members receive a discount on attendance. Act now to reserve your spot!
- IGMA Member – $890 USD ($1100 CAD) first attendee / $800 USD ($1000 CAD) each attendee after
- Non-Member – $990 USD ($1300 CAD**) each attendee*
*Registering company will receive a 25% refund on the workshop fee if they join IGMA with a full year paid membership.
IGMA is a dynamic group of industry professionals who voluntarily come together to solve common industry problems, meet common needs and accomplish goals relative to Insulating Glass in the Global Fenestration Industry. Those that attend our events are literally the who’s who of our trade.