Latest Products in Commercial Glass

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    The advanced materials division of Schott, with North American headquarters in Elmsford, N.Y., introduced ColorTherm, a transparent, insulating colored glass designed for building exteriors and interiors, and Moodglass, decorative glass and fabric panels. ColorTherm IGUs are available in translucent white and four standard transparent colors, and can come with a low-emissivity coating. Individual...
  • Schüco, with U.S. headquarters in Newington, Conn., introduced E2 Façade, a glass façade system that saves and generates energy at the same time. The floor-to-ceiling E2 façade integrates photovoltaics, solar thermal transfer, thermal insulation, solar shading and decentralized mechanical ventilation with heat recovery. E2 includes alternating translucent photovoltaic...
  • Guardian Industries Corp., Auburn Hills, Mich., introduced Guardian CrystalGray, a float glass substrate with a very light gray tint. Guardian CrystalGray offers an improved light solar heat gain ratio compared to standard blue and gray tinted float glass. It allows higher light transmission while reflecting infrared energy, reducing heat gain. CrystalGray was developed for the high-performance...
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    Thermique Technologies, Chicago, introduced the application of Thermique heated glass for windows in healthcare facilities and museums. In healthcare applications, Thermique glass eliminates chills and drafts that can be harmful to patients, especially burn victims who are particularly sensitive to chills. The windows act as a transparent radiator, reducing the need for traditional HVAC. In...
  • Major Industries Inc., Wausau, Wis., introduced a translucent, energy-saving daylighting panel. The Guardian 275 100-millimeter Energy Panel is lightweight, but capable of design load pressures of 50 pounds per square foot. The panel provides good insulation with a U-Factor of up to .08.  
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    NanaWall Systems, Mill Valley, Calif., introduced NanaWall HSW50, an individual sliding glass wall system with no track on the floor. The system has the same security and wind load capabilities as a system on a track due to non-obtrusive, adjustable floor sockets. When open, there is no boundary between the interior and exterior. The system can be custom designed for installation anywhere a...
  • Andscot Co., Franklin Park, Ill., added several product lines including shower door channels, “J” channels, sliding door track assemblies and silicone. The company now provides accessories for mirror and glass installers, such as glass and acrylic switch plates, Gunther Mirror Mastic products and two-faced foam mounting tapes. 
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    Frank Lower Rubber and Gasket Co. of Shirley, N.Y., offers Neogreen recycled rubber setting blocks designed for residential and commercial windows. The blocks are available in 1/16-inch and 1/8-inch thicknesses, in a range of widths and lengths, and with or without adhesive kiss-cut or bulk packaged. 
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    Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies, Carmel, Ind., introduced the Falcon W501 function with the W cylindrical lock series. With the push-button W501 function, a button on the inside locks the outside lever until the unit is unlocked by a key or by rotating the inside lever. Closing the door releases the push button and unlocks the door, and the inside lever is always free. The entry lock uses a...
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    Manufacturer of architectural hardware, Nico Manufacturing, United Kingdom, released its 3D adjustable door hinge in the North America. Part of the Load Pro range of heavy-duty, maintenance-free door hinges, the 3D hinge can be used for timber doors, with or without glass panels, and composite doors. Adjustable in three directions for precise positioning and installation, the hinge can be...
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