Technoform expands Canadian sales team, adds David Wayne and Fred Worm

Posted on May 7th, 2024

Technoform has hired David Wayne and Fred Worm as sales engineers based in Canada. Wayne specializes in Technoform Edge Bond Solutions for insulating glass units (IGUs). Worm focuses on Technoform Insulation Solutions for curtain wall, windows, doors and other fenestration systems. Technoform North America’s team and its products help residential, commercial and institutional building envelopes to balance energy efficiency with occupant health and comfort, while enhancing structural integrity and aesthetics.

David Wayne, Sales Engineer, Technoform Edge Bond SolutionsTechnoform_DavidWayne.jpg
Based in the Toronto area, Wayne has a diverse background in sales, marketing and business development in the plastics and metals industries. He previously worked for Performance Polymers Innovations as a North American sales manager.

In his role with Technoform Edge Bond Solutions, he supports insulating glass fabricators and fenestration system manufacturers to produce IGUs with high performance, durability and optimized service life. Technoform has delivered more 1 billion meters of warm edge spacers worldwide, which have been used in approximately 350 million window systems. These have helped to save approximately 1.5 billion kWh of energy per year, conserve resources and reduce emissions.

Most recently, Wayne operated D2 Innovation, directing consulting projects for clients in the field of Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SHRED), including developing and managing Quality Management System Implementation (ISO9001, HACCP). He studied at Conestoga College and the University of Guelph in Ontario, and earned a Bachelor of Commerce in business and managerial economics from McGill University in Montreal.

Fred Worm, Sales Engineer, Technoform Insulation Solutions
Technoform_FredWorm.jpgBased in Penticton, British Columbia, Worm brings more than 30 years of experience in curtain wall, skylights and window product development, as well as product testing and installation. He has worked with several Technoform North America’s customers, including Kawneer, Antamex, Oldcastle BuildingEnvelope and Integro Building Systems.

Now with Technoform Insulation Solutions, he assists in providing high-performance, precision extruded polyamide thermal profiles for manufacturers of metal-framed windows, doors, and other façade and fenestration systems. Technoform’s polyamide composition creates a highly effective thermal barrier that helps insulate 500 times better than aluminum. It reduces heat transfer for improved energy efficiency; lowers condensation, lessening the potential for mold and mildew; and delivers long-term durability.

Prior to joining Technoform, Worm served as vice president of product development for Integro Building Systems based in Canada. Providing the foundational education for his extensive career, he graduated from the University of Waterloo in Ontario with a bachelor’s in mechanical engineering.

Technoform North America’s corporate office is in Twinsburg, Ohio. Its international headquarters is in Kassel, Germany, where the company was founded in 1969. Today, there are more than 1,600 employees working in 45 locations throughout the Americas, Europe, Middle East and Asia-Pacific regions.

For more information on Technoform’s knowledgeable team members and high-performance solutions, please email, call 330-487-6600 or visit

Technoform provides high-performance solutions that improve the thermal performance of façade, fenestration and cladding systems. Its best-in-class building envelope products are developed through collaboration with its customer partnerships to boost thermal performance of insulating glass, windows, doors, curtainwall, storefront and opaque façades. The relative low cost and high performance of Technoform’s components help building designs to balance energy efficiency with occupant health and comfort without compromising aesthetics.


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