Discover the beauty of a frameless window: Thermobel Scena by AGC

Discover the beauty of a frameless window: Thermobel Scena by AGC
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Developed exclusively by AGC, Thermobel Scena is a unique window glazing featuring transparent spacers.

This allows architects to design glazed  facades with a seamless design form and to deliver an optimal transparent view.

 

Combine insulation, solar control, safety & transparency 

Thermobel Scena is an insulating glazing unit with vertical transparent spacers for glazing applications without the use of mullions.

This product is compatible with AGC’s product range of low-e and solar control coated products. Choose from the list of Thermobel options, and fine-tune the Scena to performance levels suiting your needs.

Furthermore, safety can be assured by integrating a toughened safety glass and/or a laminated safety glass.

The transparent vertical spacer guarantees an optimal view combined with a maximum transparency, no visual disturbance from structural components. 

 

Even more invisible and neutral

By using the anti-reflective coating Planibel Clearsight in combination with Thermobel Scena, the building envelops literally become “invisible”.

No more vertical framings will disturb the glazed façade while the special Clearsight coating will help reducing light reflection on the glass surface to just 0.8%. This renders the pane of glass nearly invisible, offering greater definition for any objects displayed behind it.

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