Liquid crystal glass info

I am looking for information on liquid crystal glass and its particular applications. I am eager to speak to manufacturers/distributors who will make their product available here in the United States. Do you know if this has been used in an exterior (ie. curtain wall) application? Are there other products with similar properties that can be used?

Guest User
Thu, 07/11/2002 - 12:59

Liquid crystal glass is basically a laminated glass with a special interlayer (liquid crystal). Depending if in "on" or "off" state the glass is transparent or non transparent. This glass is manly used in interior applications including partitions, display cases, bankscreens, etc. As an double glazed units can be also used for external applications. I am sure that Saint-Gobain produces this product under the commercial name Priva-Lite. Hope I was helpful.

Guest User
Wed, 13/11/2002 - 08:11

Reply to [B]Colin[/B]:

I am looking for information on liquid crystal glass and its particular applications. I am eager to speak to manufacturers/distributors who will make their product available here in the United States. Do you know if this has been used in an exterior (ie. curtain wall) application? Are there other products with similar properties that can be used?
Corning is making this glass

Guest User
Thu, 14/11/2002 - 04:11

Reply to [B]Colin[/B]:

I think you could also get the product information from HANGLAS which the address is http://www.hanglas.co.kr.
They call thd product SPD.

SPD is dark blue when the power is off. When the power is turned on, it instantly becomes transparent, intelligently varying the amount of light transmitted through the window, creating an atmosphere customized to one's needs without the need for curtains or window blinds.

Guest User
Sat, 16/11/2002 - 23:12

You asked about alternatives. There is another switchable technology that was commercialized only this year. It is called suspended-particle-device (SPD) technology. It allows you to change the transmission from almost clear to almost dark, and everything in between.

If you are interested, check out these two links:

http://www.smartglass.com

http://www.razorsedgetech.com/home/index.htm

Guest User
Tue, 19/11/2002 - 05:11

You can refer to www.switchlite.com for liquid crystal privacy glass in the United States.

Reply to [B]Colin[/B]:

I am looking for information on liquid crystal glass and its particular applications. I am eager to speak to manufacturers/distributors who will make their product available here in the United States. Do you know if this has been used in an exterior (ie. curtain wall) application? Are there other products with similar properties that can be used?

Guest User
Fri, 22/06/2007 - 07:06

HI!

We are processors of Lc Glass in India.

We can supply you with the required LC Glass for your external facade application.

Kindly mail us your requirement at saileshac@gmail.com

Looking forward to hear from you.

Regards

Sailesh Choudhari
0091 9820381400

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