Record sizing for ESG Polyvision™ LCD Privacy Glass

Date: 23 December 2011
The development of ESG’s privacy glass product, ESG Polyvision™, has quite literally reached new heights.

Already providing the largest sized privacy panels on the market, ESG have gone one step further; expanding the maximum size of ESG Polyvision™ from 1520mm x 3,200mm to 1,800mm x 3,500mm.

Commenting on the move, Scott Sinden, Managing Director of ESG, said:

“Without a doubt, designers and specifiers are exploring the boundaries of glass with the latest intelligent glazing solutions, and in doing so require larger sized privacy panels. Ultimately, this will help create more dynamic workspaces.”

It is expected that the greater degree of flexibility afforded by the increased sizing will appeal to those specifying privacy glass for office refurbishments. And, for those looking for an elegant projection surface without having to compromise on size, ESG Polyvision™ is ideal given its ability to be used as a rear projection screen.

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Date: 23 December 2011

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