Tempco Glass Fabrication, a New York regional glass supplier for tempering, insulating glass units and other high-end services, is now certified by two major glass suppliers for its operating quality and capabilities. Vitro Architectural Glass and Guardian Glass have both issued certifications allowing Tempco to process and supply its trade customers with higher level energy efficient glass products for all property applications.

“We are very pleased to be certified by our glass suppliers, which are two of the most notable glass firms in the country,” says Johnson Chen, Tempco general manager. “We have installed the latest high-tech equipment to fabricate our glass products and ensured our technicians and supervisors are well-trained in proper procedures and techniques. These two major certifications speak to the caliber of our employees and their expertise and dedication.”

Tempco is certified as a Vitro Authorized Supplier, which authorizes it to provide Vitro Architectural Glass Solarban 60 low-E coated glass in its products. Vitro conducted an initial on-site inspection and audit of Tempco’s processing techniques and product quality to award the Authorized Supplier certification, and periodically conducts follow up inspections. In addition, Tempco has initiated its application for further advanced glass certifications with Vitro to enable it to broaden its portfolio of certified offerings.

Tempco is also certified as a Guardian Glass SunGuard Select Fabricator, which authorizes it to provide Guardian SuperNeutral glass. Through a rigorous certification process, including an on-site audit, Tempco demonstrated its ability to consistently fabricate quality coated products to SunGuard Select stringent standards. The certification is renewable annually.

“We continue to expand the selection of highly energy efficient certified glass products we offer for our trade customers,” says Chen. “Tempco’s certifications by major glass suppliers ensure our customers the highest level of consistent quality for all their glass, window, storefront and curtainwall projects.”

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