McCoy's Glass - Our Promise to you

Our Promise to you

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SABS Approved

SANS 1263-1:2013 & SANS 1263-2:2013

TO: SAFETY AND SECURITY GLAZING MATERIALS FOR BUILDINGS

PART 1: SAFETY PERFORMANCE OF GLAZING MATERIALS UNDER HUMAN IMPACT

PART 2: BURGLAR-RESISTANT AND VANDAL-RESISTANT GLAZING MATERIALS

SABS Test Certificate

Note: A Test Certificate only applies to the samples Tested - NOT to other stock

          EN Standards or other Standards don't make glass legal in SA.

          You Cannot put a "1" on glass which has no labels

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SAGGA membership

As with any other business or industry, there are rules and regulations that need to be followed. These are primarily put in place to ensure that everyone, especially the end user, is protected.

For example, there are stringent policies and procedures to follow with regards to the way individual products are installed, and the National Building Regulations determine the way in which all reputable companies operating in the building industry have to conduct their business. For safety’s sake, products have to be durable enough and robust in form to withstand and oppose certain pressures that are put upon them. This is, however, all predetermined.

In most industries, an industry body exists to ensure that its members adhere to industry best practices in terms of their products and what the law stipulates. McCoy’s are accountable to SAGGA: The South African Glass and Glazing Association.

McCoy’s is a proud and committed corporate member of SAGGA and industry-leading standards are maintained in their products and services. They know that to be Leaders in Glass, you have to be accountable to the best body that currently exists in the Glass Industry.

SAGGA can be contacted on (011) 805 5002 and to download a SAGGA membership application form, please click the link below. The comprehensive regulations that follow should prove self-explanatory and comprehensive, but if you have any queries in this regard, please do not hesitate to contact McCoy’s .

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AAAMSA member

The Association of Architectural Aluminium Manufacturers of South Africa (AAAMSA) was founded by eight companies in July 1974 to foster trade and commerce in relation to those persons associated in the manufacture and installation of architectural aluminium structures. Its main objective is to promote commercial and group interest.

Currently the AAAMSA Group administers, beside the architectural aluminium industry, the glass, ceiling and partitioning and insulation industries represented by the following Associations.
 

Glass Guide

McCoy’s also proudly brings you the “Glass Guide”, which is considered the handbook of the Glass Industry and which you can download here.
Please note the file size is 6mb.

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Glass News Online (Email Newsletter)

McCoy’s is also the proud initiator of many industry “firsts”. This includes being the founders of the very successful and much talked about “Glass Expo”, which is part of Interbuild, the largest building exhibition in South Africa and “Glass News Online” (an industry newsletter written by McCoy’s).

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You can also read the latest Glass news online Newsletter by clicking on the "read more" link below. All our previous newsletters can be viewed by clicking here.

 

Glass News Online - Issue 22

Glass News Online - Issue 22 ...read more.

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