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Hurricane code glazing for stained glass windows


September 9, 2008
By Administrator

Sept. 9, 2008 – Ron Bovard of Bovard Studio Inc., Stained Glass announced that Bovard
Studio Stained Glass Company has developed exterior protective glazing
systems designed for the preservation of stained glass windows, which
have passed hurricane code tests designed to withstand 150 mph wind
loads and large missile impact.

Sept. 9, 2008 – Ron Bovard of Bovard Studio Inc., Stained Glass announced that Bovard
Studio Stained Glass Company has developed exterior protective glazing
systems designed for the preservation of stained glass windows, which
have passed hurricane code tests designed to withstand 150 mph wind
loads and large missile impact.

Our testing was completed by the National Certified Testing
Laboratories in accordance with ASTM E1996-02/06 and ASTM E1886-02/05
Test Methods, with 3/8" Lexan XL-10 or with 7/16" heat strengthened
laminated glass consisting of two layers of 3/16" heat strengthened
glass laminated with .

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DuPont Sentry Glass Plus glazed in our hurricane code tested
frames. These protective glazing systems incorporate Bovard Studio
Stained Glass patent pending Precision Flow(R).

In Frame Venting System complying with the National Preservation
Center's 1996 "Protective Glazing Study" as required for the
preservation of stained glass windows with exterior glazing.

Bovard Studio's hurricane frame glazed with 3/8" Lexan XL-10 or
with 3/8" heat strengthened laminated glass have been approved by the
State of Florida Building Commission with the USA's strictest hurricane
codes.


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