Suntuitive™ from Pleotint produces a proprietary thermochromic interlayer for windows that lightens and darkens according to changing levels of ambient temperature and sunlight.
(Magazine Issue/Spring 2013)
RoofLanterns.com offers skylights in 42 standard sizes and five styles.
(Magazine Issue/Summer 2012)
Zola Windows offers a range of triple-pane, thermally broken windows, either clad or unclad.
KLEIN produces the Extendo telescopic sliding door system, which uses frameless glass panels to divide offices, conference rooms, residential spaces, and hospitality areas.
The Guardian 275 line of translucent skylights and curtain walls from Major Industries uses a lightweight sandwich panel design to provide glare-free natural light and improved U-factor and solar heat gain values.
Wausau Window and Wall Systems’ INvent™ Series high-performance, fixed and operable windows are manufactured using recycled aluminum and allow daylighting and outside views.
(Magazine Issue/Spring 2012)
NanaGlass SL25 from NanaWall Systems is a frameless opening glass wall system installed on the exterior of balconies, patios, and under second-story decks to create a living area sheltered from the elements. It has no vertical stiles.
Windows glazed with SageGlass from SAGE Electrochromics can transition from clear to darkly tinted, and to points in-between.
(Magazine Issue/Fall 2011)
Wasco Skylight Products, Sanford, Maine, announces SageGlass®, which responds to fluctuating sunlight and heat conditions by electronically changing its tint.
(Magazine Issue/Spring 2011)
Antireflective glass for Lighting from Guardian, Auburn Hills, Mich., maximizes light transmission, performance and energy efficiency of light fixtures.
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