DuPont Expands DigiGlass License to Supply SentryGlas Expressions for Decorative Architectural Safety Glass

Date: 31 January 2011
Source: DuPont
DuPont Glass Laminating Solutions has expanded a license to DigiGlass Pty, Ltd. in Melbourne, Australia, allowing DigiGlass to use DuPont™ SentryGlas® Expressions™ digital interlayer technology worldwide in structural and architectural laminated glass products.

The new license extends and expands on an earlier DuPont Alliance Agreement with DigiGlass givingthem exclusive rights to make and sell printed polyvinyl butyral (PVB) interlayer products using SentryGlas® Expressions™ technology in the Australia/New Zealand market, as well as parts of Southeast Asia.  DigiGlass started commercial production using DuPont™ SentryGlas® Expressions™ in 2003.

“DuPont™ SentryGlas® Expressions™ technology meets a continuing global demand for high-quality imagery and design textures in architectural safety glass," said Valerie A. Aunet, venture manager – DuPont™ SentryGlas® Expressions™. "Licensing this technology to strong partners such as DigiGlass, who specialize in decorative interlayers, helps DuPont bring its technology to architects, designers, builders, contractors and consumers around the world."

Established in 2003 by Anthony Anderson, DigiGlass Pty Ltd. is an industry leader in high-resolution imaging in glass. The company specializes in glass laminating and innovative digital techniques to produce DigiGlass laminates with embedded imagery. For more information, visit or write to

SentryGlas® Expressions™ revolutionizes the way designers and artists can use digital imaging and printing technology to create a wide range of decorative glass effects.  The technology uses a DuPont proprietary process to print directly onto the plastic interlayer inside laminated safety glass.  Resulting high-resolution imagery is securely embedded in the glass, which can add design flair to self-standing internal walls, partitions and doors, stairway balustrades, tabletops, elevators, windows or entire external building facades.  Other benefits of laminated glass include safety, security, outdoor weatherability, indoor protection from UV rays, noise reduction and energy efficiency

600450 DuPont Expands DigiGlass License to Supply SentryGlas Expressions for Decorative Architectural Safety Glass
Date: 31 January 2011
Source: DuPont

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