A Fresh Face For Saint-Gobain-Glass.com

As key decision makers are increasingly turning to the internet for information on all aspects of glass specification, Saint-Gobain Glass reveals its fully updated, new-look website this month.

Clearly divided into two parts, the contemporary layout of www.saint-gobain-glass.com aims to provide end-users and glass professionals with tailored technical and marketing information on the unrivalled Saint-Gobain Glass product range.

The launch of http://www.saint-gobain-glass.com appropriately coincides with the preparation of the latest Saint-Gobain GLASS GUIDE available soon. Now, the entire range will be readily available online, in its entirety, in downloadable format, supported by specification details, project references and extensive performance data.

For the end-user, Saint-Gobain Glass presents clear, easy to understand fact sheets on the most commonly used glass types, such as low-E, self-cleaning, solar control and acoustics. Users can also learn more about how glass is made and the world leading Saint-Gobain Group.

Finally, with the arrival of Window Energy Ratings, CE Marking and ever-changing Building Regulations, Saint-Gobain Glass offers constantly updated information and advice to assist in the choice of glazing for your project.

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