AGR-zertifizierter Bruchglasanalytiker

Wir gratulieren den allerersten Absolventen zur Auszeichnung “AGR-zertifizierter Bruchglasanalytiker”. Sie haben das 4-tägige Seminar mit schriftlichen und praktischen Prüfungen erfolgreich absolviert. Das Seminar fand in München statt und bot einen tiefen Einblick in die wichtigen Themen der Bruchanalyse. Hiermit erheben wir unser Glas auf unsere „Glorreichen Sieben“.  Das nächste Bruchglas 3 Seminar zur Zertifizierung findet vom 19-22. September in Krakau in Polen statt; danach in den USA in Butler vom 28. November bis zum 1. Dezember. Schauen Sie doch auf unserer Website in unseren Trainingskatalog oder buchen Sie gleich hier:

First New Certification Seminar begins in Munich Feb 28, 2017

The first "Fracture Diagnostician Certification" Seminar gets underway in Munich, Germany Feb. 28. The critical focus of this seminar is on workshops using advanced fracture analysis techniques. Successful completion will earn AGR Certification. This Open Enrollment Seminar will be offered on our Butler, PA, USA campus March 28-32 and in Krakow, Poland September 19-22. Want to learn more or register? Visit our Seminar Catalogue:

New AGR White Paper Published

AGR has just published the third and final White Paper entitled “FEA performance comparisons of NNPB and BB refillable bottles” which summarizes our research findings regarding the use of NNPB technology for returnable containers and whether or not it is a viable option.  The paper written by Dr. Wenke Hu, William Slusser and Gary Smay, was just published in November/December issue of Glass Worldwide Magazine. Click HERE to download from our Library.

AGR publishes Color Atlas of Stones In Glass

American Glass Research has just published a book entitled Color Atlas of Stones In Glass. This hardbound book describes 39 stones, accompanied by more than 300 original color photographs, images and spectra. The Color Atlas is printed on high quality photo paper and is over 120 pages.

Detailed identification tips, compositions, causes and sources are given for each stone, as well as its physical and crystalline characteristics.

This Atlas is intended to facilitate identification of the most common glass stones across the four major glass industries: container, tableware, flat glass and fiberglass. This volume focuses on practical assistance with the identification of stones through color photographs. Furnace operators, quality control engineers or filling line incoming inspectors will obtain the most use from this guide, as they are responsible for the day to day monitoring of glass quality.

The Color Atlas was developed by AGR Senior Scientist Dr. Brandon Aldinger and AGR Research Engineer Brian Collins.

The Color Atlas cost is $150 and is available on Amazon or directly from AGR. To learn more or to order CLICK HERE or call +1-724-482-2163.