Glaspro Announces Availability of Laminated Glass Products

Date: 8 January 2003
Source: Glaspro
Glaspro Inc., the west coast’s preeminent architectural glass fabricator and the single source provider of custom designed architectural glass solutions, has announced the immediate availability of XIR Laminated 72-41 Film products that offer unequaled solar control while providing maximum daylighting.

The Company also announced that several products from the XIR Laminated 72-41 line are the only monolithic products to meet the new 0.40 or lower Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) standard for new construction in Texas. Some of the low SHGC, solar control products are Low-e Clear4, Low-e Clear, Moss Green4, Moss Green, Tahoe Blue3, Tahoe Blue, Pacific Blue5, Mojave Bronze, Carmel Gray3 and Carmel Gray.

Designed by Southwall Technologies and distributed in products created by Glaspro, XIR Laminated 72-41 Film products with less than 0.40 SHGC offer up to 62 percent light transmission to improve daylighting, improve transparency, reduce interior fading, reduce outside noise, and provide a uniform appearance over both flat and curved surfaces.

XIR Laminated 72-41 Film is sealed between PVB and two sheets of clear glass to provide protection from the sun’s energy while still providing transparent clarity. By using tinted glass as the inner lite, the desire for solar performance (daylighting and SHGC ratio) can be adjusted to meet desired specifications. XIR Laminated is an ideal solution for applications such as skylights, solariums, large glass facades, control towers, sports complexes, libraries/museums and medical facilities.

“We’re thrilled to be offering this unparalleled product line to our clients,” said Joe Green, president of Glaspro. “With XIR Laminated, we can create amazing glass solutions with energy performance superior to tinting or coating.”

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