Saint-Gobain: SGG Aquaclean details

After the official presentation at Batimat 2001, Saint-Gobain reveals the product detail which are now available on the Saint-Gobain’s web page.

SGG Aquaclean is a self-cleaning glass working on the action of water. When in contact with the glass pane, water spreads across the surface of this layer and produces a cleaning effect. The water then rapidly evaporates without leaving any traces of dried droplets. Fully integrated with the glass surface, the self-cleaning surface has a long lifespan.

The SGG Aquaclean web page is available on the source link bellow.

600450 Saint-Gobain: SGG Aquaclean details
Date: 7 November 2001
Source: SGG Aquaclean

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