AGC Glass will showcase four of its newest products at the AIA Conference on Architecture 2017, April 27-29 in Orlando, FL.
- Energy Select® 23 is AGC’s newest high performance low-e glass. Comprised of a triple-silver coating on a clear substrate, it delivers a solar heat gain coefficient (SHGC) of 0.23, with a high visible light transmission (VLT) of 50%. Energy Select 23 meets the latest demands for high-level energy efficiency, natural daylighting, and the ever-increasing demand for more neutral, bluer aesthetics.
- Luxclear™ Protect is AGC’s new anti-corrosion glass. Designed for a wide variety of applications, both commercial and residential, this new coating technology is primarily used for shower enclosures to keep the glass looking clean and clear longer—protecting the end user’s investment long-term. In fact, Luxclear Protect comes with a Limited Lifetime Warranty.
- Lacobel® T is a temperable back-painted float glass that is produced using a high-quality environmentally friendly paint. Featuring an attractive palette of 10 glossy colors, Lacobel T can be used for both interior and exterior applications.
- Matelac® T is a temperable back-painted acid-etched glass using the same high-quality environmentally friendly paint. Featuring a palette of 10 satin colors, Matelac T can also be used for interior and exterior applications.
Lacobel and Matelac are the annealed complements in the AGC family of back-painted decorative glass, designed for interior applications only—each available in a range of 20 contemporary colors. Together, they seamlessly combine glossy and satin finishes, enabling designers to play with combinations shade-by-shade. These brands are also Cradle to Cradle Bronze certified.
Visit AGC at AIA Booth #3463 to learn more about these new products, and the company’s complete range of commercial, residential and interior glazing solutions.
For more information about AGC’s products in North America, visit: www.us.agc.com