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IGMA offers hands-on training for IG fabricators

October 20, 2016  By IGMA

Oct. 20, 2016 – IGMA’s IG Fabricator Workshop in St. Paul, Minnesota continues its registration, but the official hotel for the event (which features a networking reception on the Wednesday night of the event) releases the block on Monday, which could keep attendees without reservations from the convenience of being in the same hotel as other attendees (or the reception.) To guarantee a room, make your reservations with the hotel andregister for the event now.

The workshop features a balanced mix of classroom education along with hands-on demonstrations to discover best practices for cleaning, cutting and handling glass, desiccants, sealants, gas fill, frost point and much more.  IGMA is pleased to bring the workshop north to the Twin Cities of Minnesota.  Register now before the class fills up to attend and get immediate impact to your company’s bottom line.  Modules include::

Station 1: Frost Point (Bill Lingnell)
Station 2: Volatile Fog (Jeff Haberer)
Station 3: Gas Filling and Measurement (Randi Ernst)
Station 4: Sealant Tests (David Cooper)
Station 5: Sealant Application (Mike Speicher, Paul Chackery, Steve Altum)
Station 6: Glass Cutting & Washing (Bill Briese)
Station 7: Desiccants and Desiccant Matrix Tests (Shulin Chu and Brian White)

Registration Fees
IGMA Members receive a discount on attendance. Act now to reserve your spot!

  • IGMA Member – $890 USD first attendee / $800 USD each additional attendee
  • Non-Member – $990 USD each attendee*

*Registering non-member company will receive a 25% refund on all workshop fees if they join IGMA.

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