DigitalDistinctions™ by Viracon

The great possibilities of architectural design are now even more possible.

DigitalDistinctions™ by Viracon combines the durability of ceramic inks with the versatility of digital printing into one proven solution for all glass-printing applications. A stunning new technology that’s as beautiful and imaginative as it is functional.


Why Architects choose DigitalDistinctions™ by Viracon:


•Virtually unlimited design possibilities.

•Low-E coatings can be applied to the ceramic ink.

•Optimized energy performance.

•Enhanced durability and beauty of ceramic ink.

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600450 DigitalDistinctions™ by Viracon
Date: 7 November 2012

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