Latest Products in Retail Glass

  • Wausau, Wis.-based Wausau Window and Wall Systems’ INvent Series high-performance windows address weatherability, durability, condensation resistance and thermal performance, while meeting green goals. The 2250i-XLT fixed windows use triple insulating glass to achieve NFRC U-Factors as low as 0.19, according to a release. These windows are backed with a warranty of up to 10 years.
  • Major Industries Inc., Wausau, Wis., will display its new Clima-Tite translucent panel daylighting system with pultruded fiberglass support members for enhanced thermal performance. It has a unique snap-to-lock installation feature that eliminates the need for unsightly visible fasteners and saves on install costs, according to a release.
  • GlasPro, Santa Fe Springs, Calif., will show the GlasPro Color Toolbox, a color system created from 24 base colors that can be combined to create a variety of custom colored glass lites. Control of custom color development is easy with the palette of standard color layers provided, according to a release. Users can combine layers to produce their own unique color and translucency.
  • Technical Glass Products, Snoqualmie, Wash., will introduce additions to the Pilkington Profilit channel glass line, including Pilkington Profilit OW low-iron glass, Macro, Slim Line, and sandblasted and other surface options. Other products in the line include Pilkington Profilit Hurricane, and Wave texture.
  • Safti First, San Francisco, offers SuperLite fire-rated glass, with superior clarity and performance for applications ranging from fire-rated doors and windows to custom-engineered wall assemblies. The company offers fast lead times and competitive pricing, it reports. All products are made in the United States.
  • EnergyLaminated.com, Palm Beach, Fla., introduces Energy Glass, a laminated clear glass that uses indirect light to produce electricity for more than 12 hours per day. The glass is ideal for curtain-wall applications, skylights and more, according to a release. DC current can be stored or converted to AC into grid.
  • Skyview Skylight, Hillburn, N.Y., specializes in large, custom glass skylights and multisection skylights. Its skylights rely on hydraulics or air for their operation, and can be operable or retractable. A large selection of roof hatches also is available.
  • Perimeter Systems, Sanford, N.C., a division of Southern Aluminum Finishing Co., will showcase pediments and entablatures in a variety of styles. These prominent building elements are manufactured from extruded aluminum moldings, and offer eloquence and refined construction, according to a release.
  • Linetec, Wausau, Wis., in partnership with AkzoNobel, developed the Trinar Aqua air-dry system coating to meet specifications for Green Seal and the LEED rating system. Linetec’s field service team offers Trinar Aqua ADS for on-site repair and restoration of architectural aluminum products’ finishes, helping preserve properties’ green goals, performance and aesthetics.
  • C.R. Laurence Co., Los Angeles, will promote its CRL Perforated Panels. These architectural elements provide ventilation, block ambient noise and allow light to enter without sacrificing privacy. The panels are factory fabricated for ease of installation, with no field fabrication required. Different patterns and perforations are available. Finishes include powder coat, Kynar paint, brushed,...
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