Guardian Glass Europe
Guardian Glass launches digital version of its GlassTime handbook
The “ultimate online glass knowledge centre”
Bertrange, Luxembourg – Guardian Glass has launched a digital version of its popular GlassTime handbook, which is an outstanding tool for architects, glass processors and cladders to learn about glass and how to build with it.
As a glass technical manual and encyclopedia, GlassTime is the ultimate online glass reference guide for the glass community. Previously only available in hard copy/printed format, the new digital version is interactive, easier to navigate and contains information that can be updated as needed. The content is developed by Guardian Glass experts using valuable feedback from customers and other glass influencers.
The handbook is valuable for all levels of glass expertise and includes understanding the properties and benefits of glass types of glass and its use, and how it’s made. There’s also information on glass standards, as well as recommendations for glass processing and its application in a building or home.
Each page of the online handbook can be printed, saved as a PDF file or shared with colleagues via email. Users can easily access the relevant Guardian Glass product pages, perform keyword searches and access useful online calculation tools such as the ‘Glass Analytics’. If users need to request a product sample, require technical support, or need specific project advice, this is just a couple of clicks away.
Guus Boekhoudt, Vice President of Guardian Glass Europe, Russia and Asia & Managing Director, Guardian Europe comments: “By launching the digital version of GlassTime, Guardian Glass is providing the ultimate Glass Knowledge Centre. We want to share our knowledge and make our expertise available to users wherever and whenever they need it.”
To access the digital version of GlassTime, please visit www.guardian-possibilities.com.
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