December 6, 2016
SAFTI FIRST® Introduces SuperLite II-XLM Fire Resistive Multilaminate in Clear Butt-Glazed Walls up to 2 Hours
SAFTI FIRST, leading USA-manufacturer of advanced fire rated glass and framing systems, is pleased to announce the addition of SuperLite II-XLM to its growing line of fire resistive glazing products. SuperLite II-XLM is a 45 to 120 minute, hose stream tested, fire resistive multilaminante glazing that meets ASTM E-119/UL 263/NFPA 251 and CAN/ULC S101 and CPSC Cat. II (400 ft. lbs.) impact safety. It is available in large sizes and can be used in all fire rated 20/45/60/90/120 minute applications including clear fire resistive butt-glazed applications up to 2 hours without vertical mullions or spacers allowing designers to achieve truly transparent design while meeting all fire and impact safety requirements.
April 8, 2016
SAFTI FIRST® Introduces SuperLite II-XLB, the Largest 2-Hour Fire Resistive Glazing for Oversize and Butt-Glazed Applications
SAFTI FIRST, leading USA-manufacturer of fire rated glass and framing systems, is pleased to announce the addition of SuperLite II-XLB, the largest tested and approved fire resistive glazing product on the market today. It is a great addition to its growing family of USA-made fire rated glass and framing products. With a clear view area of 7,980 sq. inches, SuperLite II-XLB is the ideal product for oversize and butt-glazed applications that seek maximum vision and transparency. It is available with Starphire Ultra-Clear Low-Iron glass and other custom architectural, decorative and energy saving make-ups. SuperLite II-XLB meets ASTM E-119 and CAN/ULC S101 with hose stream up to two hours and CPSC Cat. II impact safety, the federal maximum safety standard.
April 4, 2016
Hawaii Architectural Sales now Representing SAFTI FIRST® in Hawaii
SAFTI FIRST, leading USA manufacturer of fire rated glazing and framing systems, is pleased to announce that Hawaii Architectural Sales will be representing SAFTI FIRST in Hawaii effective immediately.

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