Volume 7 - Issue 9 October 2006
California’s Air Resources Board is developing an Air Toxic Control Measure (ATCM) on formaldehyde emissions for particleboard, medium-density
fiberboard and hardwood plywood. This ATCM could potentially impact a number of building products manufacturers—including those that
produce doors and windows.
Energy Code Change in Florida
Any manufacturer selling products into Florida needs to know about the new energy code that goes into effect later this year—and it’s good news for manufacturers.
Find out what manufacturers told DWM they were looking to purchase while at the show, as well as what new products were introduced by exhibitors.
What is driving the huge growth of laminated glass? Window manufacturers discuss the new trend of growth and the many benefits this
product has to offer.
Through investments in new technology, Northeast Building Products is thriving in the competitive Northeast market.
Selecting an IG Line
From layout orientation to automation levels, there are numerous factors to consider when selecting an IG line. Here, an expert gives guidelines for what to take into account before making the final decision.
This biennial event, proved bigger than ever. If you missed it, turn to page 76 for the latest products for wood manufacturing that were introduced.
Win-door North America 2006 Preview
Don’t miss this chance to preview what some exhibitors are showing off at this year’s show.
ON THE COVER
A worker in Columbia Forest Products’ Klamath Falls, Ore., hardwood plywood plant handles raw panels of Columbia’s PureBond formaldehyde-free hardwood plywood.
Photographer: TS Whalen (www.TsWhalen.com)
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