But a review of the Technical Area on their website (http://www.alttoglass.com/tech.html) on 12/10/2015 revealed that they do not have any test results indicating compliance with ANSI A137.2 - Thermal Shock Standard for Glass Tiles.
Here is a screen shot of the technical data.
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Thermal shock is not even mentioned.
Makes you wonder why it is not mentioned, since the thermal shock standard has been in existence for a few years?!
How can we endorse a product for use in our projects, if it does not meet their own industry standards?
Paolo Benedetti, SWD, Principal
Aquatic Technology Pool and Spa
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