ComfortSuper-cooled interiors and over-heated rooms are both uncomfortable environments to be in.
Design with solar glassThe trend today is towards design-oriented façades, which require new designs in solar control glass.
EcologyWherever energy is saved – whether by reducing the amount of cooling power used or artificial lighting - the environment also benefits as a result.
EconomyLarge window and façade surfaces allow plenty of light to penetrate deep into a building’s interior, thereby avoiding excessive use of artificial lighting.
Our product: SunGuardRegardless of what the building’s architectural or building physical requirements are, the broad SunGuard® glass range can provide an optimum transparent solution.
Sun protection in summerModern insulated glass allows short-wave solar radiation to pass through without hindrance, but the majority of long-wave heat radiation is reflected back to the interior.
Wherever energy is saved – whether by reducing the amount of cooling power used or artificial lighting - the environment also benefits as a result.
ln this context, it is a logical consequence that these types of sun protection glass products help certifying buildings according to, for example, LEED, BREEAM, DGNB or other worldwide-approved certification systems for sustainable construction. See Thermal Insulation Section
Cradle to Cradle Certified™ Products in Europe
The Cradle to Cradle Certified™ Products Standard is a globally-recognised methodology used to constantly evaluate the sustainable attributes of products, and a tool for the glass industry’s response to the circular economy challenge.