June 12, 2014 - Guardian now offers SunGuard Spandrel HT, a new glass product designed for building façade spandrel applications that benefits both architects and fabricators.
Feb. 7, 2014 - Thanks to on-going research and development efforts glass products can take on ever new functions. Even today, glass panes can be transformed at the press of a button, upscaled to radiant media glazing or – in wafer-thin versions – be used as high-performance displays.
Pilkington Optitherm S1 Plus is the latest in its low-E range offering ultra-low emissivity and achieving a U-value of only 1.0 W/m2K when incorporated in a double glazed insulating glass unit.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Pilkington's product line now compatible with BIM software Pilkington Building Products North America now offers its full product line, including 77 pyrolytic and uncoated glass products, compatible with Building Information Modeling (BIM) software.
Whether glass is featured indoors or out, in commercial, institutional or residential buildings, it should be protected.
Oldcastle Glass now offers architects and designers the ability to have any image they can imagine printed on glass in full colour with i-Glass decorative glass. Imagine famous works of art or graphic imagery, even replicate the look of real wood or marble printed so realistically on glass you will have to look twice.
PPG Industries has shipped its 20-millionth square foot of Solarban 70XL glass since it was introduced in 2006 as the world’s first triple-silver-coated, solar control low-E glass. Solarban 70XL glass is a high-performing environmental glass measured by its light-to-solar gain (LSG) ratio.
Celebrating 125 years of innovation PPG introduces glass tints with second-surface MSVD low-E coatings As PPG Industries celebrates its 125th anniversary, the company continues to expand its product line by introducing Solarban 70XL and Solarban 60 solar control, tinted glass with low-emissivity coatings on the second surface.
Sept. 25, 2008 - PPG introduces glass tints with second-surface MSVD low-E coatings.
Atriums with sloped glazing allow light into large floor plates. The widespread implementation of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) accreditation for such designs is prompting architects and designers to include vertical glazing and sloped glazing systems into their building designs.
Aug. 22, 2008, Pittsburg – PPG Industries is introducing its most popular tinted glasses with Solarban 70XL or Solarban 60 solar control, low-emissivity coatings on the second surface of the glass.
Low-E glass has evolved considerably since its inception spawning new variations of itself in high performance and reflective glass. After flattening out in the late 1990s, the rejuvenation of low-E glass in commercial glazing projects has been evident in several high profile buildings in both Canada and the US.
Editor’s Note: A Canadian company is making advances in new coating technology. Prelco, located in Riviere-du-Loup, Quebec, has installed a Chemical Vapour Deposition (CVD) chamber used to apply a newly licensed nano-technology coating called Nano-Fusion. The licensed CVD chamber built by the company is the first of its kind in Canada and is able to apply coatings to monolithic glass and IG units up to 96 by 196 inches (2438mm by 4978mm) in size. Prelco is a pioneer in this new technology and Glass Canada magazine has been following this company’s efforts to educate the industry about a new wave of nano-fusion products for glass applications. -end-
AFG Glass is offering Comfort Ti-AC 40, its premium solar control low-E coating, on a variety of tinted substrates, setting a new standard for both solar control and aesthetics.
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