Safti First’s SuperLite II-XL glazing and GPX Framing products have been approved by the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) Component Modeling Approach (CMA) program.

The systems can now be downloaded as glazing and framing components in the Component Modeling Approach Software Tool (CMAST) database. This makes Safti First the first fire-rated glass and framing manufacturer to have approved glazing and framing components in the database.

“Safti First is constantly striving to provide the architectural community with more tools to make the integration of fire-resistive glass and framing into the overall building envelope easier,” says Tim Nass, vice president of national sales. “With our products being available in CMAST, designers, specifiers and building owners are assured that every facet of their building design meets or exceeds fire rated code requirements, aesthetic intent and energy performance levels established and expected for their building.”