Glass

IQ Glass

Oct 21, 2008No Comments

Radiant-heating glass Spaces clad primarily in glass are often poorly insulated and uncomfortably cold during winter months. Condensation is also a problem when single-pane glass

Stones

Sep 18, 2008No Comments

Recycled construction-waste glass Tempered transparent glass is used in the construction industry for windows and other applications. Construction glass is often over-ordered to account for

Cast Glass Facades

May 05, 2008No Comments

Cast-glass exterior and interior cladding systems Shanghai Kang Yu Jie Sen’s Cast Glass Facades exhibit superior clarity, the highest refractive index of any architectural glass,

Bubble Glass

Nov 30, 2007No Comments

Sheet glass containing grids and patterns of bubbles Developed by Penny Herscovitch and Dan Gottlieb, Bubble Glass contains perfect grids of tiny bubbles and a

Panelite IGU

Oct 19, 2007No Comments

Insulated glass unit with tubular polycarbonate core Expanding on the existing technology of Insulating Glass Units, which consist of a hermetically sealed airspace between glass

Recycled Glass

Aug 29, 2007No Comments

100% recycled glass As wine consumption rises, waste glass collections improve, and landfill charges continue to increase in the UK, there is a large and

Kapilux

Jul 14, 2007No Comments

Capillary daylighting glass Kapilux is an insulating glass with an integrated capillary slab consisting of a large number of honeycomb- structured thin-walled transparent or white

Taffeta

Apr 11, 2007No Comments

Textured glass tile surfacing and flooring UltraGlas Taffeta features a subtle and durable embossed texture on the exposed surface. Many designs may be specified with

Vanceva

Apr 08, 2007No Comments

Metallic interlayers for laminated glass Vanceva metallic interlayers are permanently bonded between two sheets of glass to form durable, high performance glazing. The Vanceva metallic

Solera

Mar 15, 2007No Comments

High performance translucent glazing Solera is a high-performance translucent glazing made of glass. As a light diffuser, it is the equivalent of three to four