Intus Windows will show its Intus Premier Passiv window line. The triple-glazed windows offer up to R 12 performance and sound insulation for noise reduction of up to 52 decibels, according to company officials. The windows feature tilt-and-turn technology and are suitable for schools, hospitals, multifamily, office and hotel applications. Booth 5509W.Intus Windows
The INvent Retro XLT windows from Wausau Window and Wall Systems feature a narrow, beveled exterior face that replicates classic steel and wood windows while offering modern, high performance. On display at Greenbuild, the INvent Series windows have low U-Factors that help meet model energy codes, are tested to meet AAMA AW-100 and are backed by a warranty of up to 10 years, according to company officials. Booth 3124N.Wausau Window and Wall Systems
Onyx Solar Group LLC will promote its see through BIPV Skylight and Curtain-Wall. The building integrated photovoltaic IG units generate electricity from the sun, while providing thermal and acoustic insulation, according to company officials. The transparent BIPV systems provide aesthetic benefits and are easy to integrate into a building, according to Onyx. Booth 3338N.Onyx Solar Group LLC
Azon will show its energy saving thermal barrier technologies for glazing and framing. According to company officials, the products improve performance while strengthening the structural and long-term durability of the aluminum fenestration unit. Booth 315S.Azon
Kawneer Co. will show the Versoleil Outrigger System, pre-engineered for multiple curtain-wall and storefront applications. The sunshade incorporates easily into any building envelope, offering more aesthetic choices and solutions for maximizing shading and energy savings, according to company officials. When strategically placed, Versoleil sunshades allow for maximum daylighting while minimizing direct sunlight and reducing solar heat gain. The company also will show its Trifab 601 Series Framing System that combines a 6-inch depth with superior thermal performance to bridge the gap between traditional framing systems and low-rise curtain walls, according to the company. The Trifab 601 Series incorporates Kawneer's dual IsoLock lanced pour-and debridge technology to provide three levels of thermal performance. Booth 1713S.Kawneer Co.
NSG/Pilkington North America will demonstrate Pilkington MirroView, a highly reflective mirror coating on a clear substrate that conceals the appearance of televisions and video screens. Pilkington MirroView looks like a normal mirror when the screen is off. The image shows through the mirror when the screen is on. Booth 4243N.NSG/Pilkington North America
NanaWall Systems will show the NanaWall Operable Double-skin Façade. NanaWall's custom operable glass wall systems offer energy efficiency, secure weather protection and the ability to easily fold wide open, according to company officials. The double-skin façade incorporates two layers of glazing. Booth 1127S.NanaWall Systems
Southwall Energy Technologies will exhibit its suspended Heat Mirror insulating glass units with R values as high as 20, according to a company release. In addition, Southwall officials will discuss their new, fully automated IG manufacturing process that they report is improving product reliability and lowering costs. Booth 1821S.Southwall Energy Technologies
Glasswerks L.A. Inc. will show Ornilux Bird Protection Glass. Designed to prevent bird collisions with windows, the glass features a patterned, ultraviolet reflective coating visible to birds yet virtually transparent to the human eye. Booth 3361N.Glasswerks L.A. Inc.