Glass Canada

Sage finds Canadian distributor

March 27, 2012  By Sage Electrochromics Inc.

March 27, 2012 – Sage, a manufacturer of electronically tintable dynamic glass, expanded
its North American market reach today by signing two new partners to
sell, promote and support SageGlass in Canada and Mexico.
Architects, building owners and glazing contractors seeking sun control
solutions for their building projects now have access to SageGlass
dynamic glazing throughout the continent.

Products of Canada will be distributing SageGlass in
Canada. Established in 1949, the company supplies a variety of
specialized products to numerous industries, including the construction,
automotive and aerospace industry. Paisley represents some of the best
brands in construction materials including 3M, Dow Corning, DuPont and
Saint-Gobain (a Sage strategic partner).

According to Marlon Paisley, the company’s vice-president of sales and
marketing, SageGlass will be a welcome product in Canada as his clients
are increasingly seeking cutting-edge technologies for building envelope

“SageGlass represents the future of glazing technology. It is an
industry-leading way to finish the curtain wall of a building.
SageGlass looks aesthetically brilliant, minimizes energy loss, is
simple to use, and makes the building envelope far more functional by
controlling heat gain, glare and fading,” Paisley said.


SageGlass is electronically tintable dynamic glass for windows,
skylights and curtain walls that tints or clears at the push of button.
It frees architects to use glass in their building designs, allowing
building occupants to enjoy natural light and a view and connection to
the outdoors. SageGlass modulates light, heat gain and glare. Rather
than using conventional sun controls such as mechanized window shades,
blinds and louvers that tend to block sunlight and views, SageGlass
provides a solution that enhances occupant comfort and enables
unobstructed views of the outdoors. By regulating solar heat gain, it
conserves energy and reduces the capacity requirements of HVAC systems.

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