Azon announced Clearview Industries is now an approved Azo-Brader Applicator, and that the company is working closely with Azon to follow the processing guidelines for producing structural thermal barriers with a mechanical lock as applied in its patio door systems.

Tom Marsala, general manager of Clearview Industries, receives a certificate that his company is now an Azo-Brader Applicator.
Tom Marsala, general manager of Clearview Industries, receives a certificate that his company is now an Azo-Brader Applicator.

“We are convinced that a pour and debridge thermal barrier with an Azo-Brader mechanical lock is the best choice for our patio door systems,” says Tom Marsala, general manager of Clearview Industries.

According to Azon, the key to qualifying as an approved applicator is the ongoing confirmation testing it performs to ensure proper application of the thermal barrier products. Participants in the program adhere to strict quality control procedures and testing to qualify for the company’s 10-year warranty of the thermal barrier polymer. In addition to the warranty, quality assurance practices and AZO/Tec design service analysis, Clearview receives certified training of Azo-Brader machine operations, as well as marketing support.