Guardian Latest Glass Innovations at Glasstec 2014

Guardian Industries will showcase a comprehensive array of industry-leading commercial, residential and interior glass products at Stand F43 in Hall 10 at Glasstec Oct. 21-24 in Düsseldorf, Germany.

Guardian’s newest product launches will be highlighted in the “Innovation Corner” and other areas of Stand F43.   

Visitors to Guardian’s Glasstec will experience the latest advancements in commercial glazing with Guardian SNX 50/23 in its bendable version, as well as SunGuard SuperNeutral  70/35 with an exceptional selectivity of 2. Furthermore, Guardian will introduce SunGuard Radar Damping 60, the latest generation of glass with radar damping properties, as well as SunGuard Solar Grey 20, a trendy grey glass which combines the appearance of a body tinted glass with the performance of a solar control glass. Lastly, SunGuard HD Diamond 66 LM DRY will be presented in its Low-Iron version suitable for monolithic applications. The presented version will be combined with Low Maintenance as well as Anti-Condensation properties. 

Yet Guardian family products include also Guardian InGlass, a portfolio of forward-thinking interior glass solutions that allows architects and designers to explore all the possibilities of glass. The advanced technology behind InGlass offers performance capabilities that ordinary glass does not and, at Glasstec, visitors will experience: Clarity, anti-reflective glass that reduces reflection from 8% on normal glass to less than 1% allowing a better vision under all circumstances. Brilliance, double sided anti-reflective glass for picture framing available in monolithic or laminated. S-Mirror: laminated mirror without any paint making it a sustainable as well as a safety product. Dielectric Mirror: a new type of a mirror composed of multiple thin layers of dielectric material deposited on a glass substrate that when paired with a screen allows an astonishing clarity. 

For further information please visit www.guardian.com 

About Glasstec:

Glasstec is the world‘s largest trade fair for the glass industry and its suppliers. Nearly 1,200 exhibitors from around the world will present their innovations in the fields of glass industry, glass machinery and equipment construction, as well as the glazier trade. About 43,000 visitors from more than 80 countries attend Glasstec and the closely related Solarpeq, the trade fair for solar production technology.

About Guardian Industries Corp.:

Guardian is a diversified global manufacturing company headquartered in Auburn Hills, Michigan, with leading positions in float glass, fabricated glass products, and other building products for commercial, residential, interior and automotive applications. SunGuard® Solar Protection Glass is designed to provide varying levels of solar control for use in different climates and building designs. Through its Science & Technology Centre, Guardian is at the forefront of innovation including development of high performance glass coatings and other advanced products. Guardian, its subsidiaries and affiliates employ 17,000 people and operate facilities throughout North America, Europe, South America, Asia, Africa and the Middle East.  For more information, visit www.guardian.com.

SunGuard® is a registered trademark of Guardian Industries Corp

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