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  • Kelowna Convention - 2014

    The Terrazzo, Tile and Marble Association of Canada (TTMAC) 71st Annual Convention will be held in Kelowna, British Columbia (Okanagan Valley) on June 11th – 14th 2014. As with any event of this magnitude, planning, scheduling and team building is essential. Our 2014 Convention Chairperson this year is Penny Waters of Butler & Butler, in the host city of Kelowna and greatly supported by her co-chairperson committee. The chosen theme for this year’s convention is “Come Wine with Us”

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  • In a dispute about a tile or marble installation? Call TTMAC for a third party opinion!

    In this video, Glen Pestrin, CEO of York Marble, Tile and Terrazzo, talks about the organization of which he is treasurer: TTMAC (Terrazzo, Tile and Marble Association of Canada). If you are a contractor who ever has to install a “hard surface” (who among generals or renovators hasn’t?) it’s worthwhile taking the 5 minutes it will take to watch this video.

  • TTMAC Launches the “Tile Installer Thin-Set Standards” (ITS) Verification Online Course

    The “Tile Installer Thin-Set Standards” (ITS) Verification Course instructs installers on industry standards and proper installation methods for the thin-set applications that apply to ceramic tile, porcelain tile, stone tile, glass tile and other types of adhered tile materials. It covers current industry standards as well as common manufacturer’s requirements. This course is also meaningful to architects, general contractors, consultants, inspectors and owners who want to be aware of the industry installation standards and methods.

  • TTMAC Announces New DCOF Testing Capability

    A significant use of ceramic tile and stone involves wet areas requiring long term control of intermittent and/or constant presence of moisture. North America is switching from Static COF (SCOF) with ASTM C1028 method to Dynamic Coefficient of Friction COF (DCOF) with the BOT 3000 to the new recognized and accepted standards ANSI A137.1.
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  • Flooring Assembly Testing

    Do you need to meet ASTM C-627 standards? The Universal Type Floor Tester is a unique machine. This machine is a redesign of the Robinson Floor tester and is capable of carrying out the test for an ASTM C-627 designation.
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  • TTMAC Magazines

    - Hardsurface Magazine