Glass Magazine and Protecting Wildlife

Honored to be included in the July 2023 edition Glass Magazine on protecting wildlife. Our Vice President of Sales and Marketing Trent Thiry was quoted, and we are proud to manufacture several options to keep everyone (both human and animal) safe and protected!!
Read it HERE


“Tren Maya” project (Train Maya)

Exciting news from our Mexicali plant.  Railway Gazette Magazine has the story on the first Tren Maya coach being delivered and it features Isoclima glass in the side windows.

Read more about it HERE.


Isoclima Specialty Glass Welcomes Wynn Lafferty

Isoclima Specialty Glass is pleased to announce the appointment of Wynn Lafferty as Sales Manager focused on civilian armored glazing and other specialty markets for the US, Canada, and other regions. Lafferty has extensive industry experience and will provide Isoclima Specialty Glass with additional bandwidth as the organization grows.

“We are thrilled to add someone of Wynn’s talents to our team,” said Trent Thiry, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Isoclima Specialty Glass. “The area Wynn will focus on is important for us, and his experience in the space will enable the company to achieve growth in these key segments.”

Lafferty comes to Isoclima Specialty Glass from Custom Glass Solutions and has been in the specialty vehicle market for over a decade.

Isoclima Specialty Glass is a full-service specialty glass provider, including ballistic, forced entry, bent/curved, decorative, and more. Learn more at

Isoclima North America Product and Plant included in Episode of Good Bones: Risky Business on HGTV and Discovery+

Isoclima Specialty Glass, formerly known as Dlubak Specialty Glass had a role in the September 27, 2022 episode of Good Bones: Risky Business.  The star of the show, Mina Starsiak Hawk along with a full production crew from her show visited the Isoclima plant in Blairsville, PA to see the production of a bent glass unit for a major project she is working on.  While at the plant, Mina visited with the team from Isoclima and spent time on the floor in virtually every workstation getting a feel for how specialty glass is manufactured.

“We were thrilled to have Mina and her team into our operation,” said Dave Hubert, Business Development Manager, Isoclima Specialty Glass.  “Being able to show her firsthand the quality approach we take to sophisticated specialty glass and getting her involvement in the process was a great experience.  Now for that to appear on one of the most popular shows on one of America’s highest rated networks (HGTV) is tremendous exposure for us and the entire glass industry.”

This spinoff series of Good Bones shows Mina taking on the biggest and riskiest renovation of her career as she transforms an 1800s Victorian home in Fountain Square into a bed and breakfast and event center that can be a legacy for her business, her children and the community.  The focus on this series is a 6,000-square-foot mansion that’s been the eyesore of its neighborhood for decades, often frequented by squatters. Having already passed through the hands of numerous buyers and remodelers — and even once being set ablaze by a squatter — the house presented itself as an exciting opportunity Mina simply couldn’t pass up, even though she wasn’t (and still isn’t) sure how it will pan out. Her goal? To transform it into a bed and breakfast and event space. Each episode will focus on a space within the mansion, detailing every thought and action that’s gone into updating it — in real-time.