SCHOTT Announces Launch of Tempered Narima® Color Effects Glass That Extends Application Possibilities For Architects And Designers

May 17, 2012 - (Washington, D.C. at AIA 2012 National Convention and Design Exhibition, Booth 2713) – SCHOTT today announced the launch of tempered SCHOTT NARIMA®, a thermally-tempered, weather-resistant version of its color effects safety glass NARIMA®.

Tempered NARIMA® will be on display at the American Institute of Architects (AIA) National Convention and Design Exhibition from May 17-19 at the Convention Center in Washington, D.C.

“Just like the original NARIMA glass®, SCHOTT Tempered NARIMA® still offers six color variations that change according to the angle of the sun and where a person is standing, but it now extends application possibilities for architects and designers,” said Donald Press, General Manager, Architecture + Design, SCHOTT North America, Inc.

Some of the benefits derived from SCHOTT Tempered NARIMA® color effects glass include:

• In an insulated window configuration, tempered NARIMA® can be used for the exterior panel to create color effects. It is especially well-suited for building fins.

• Tempered NARIMA® can now be used for facade glazing with no additional protection needed.

• Tempered NARIMA® can now also be used for interior glazing applications such as doors and interior color accent glass panels, where safety glass is required.

More information about tempered Narima is available here:

Further information:
SCHOTT North America
Matthew Kraft
555 Taxter Road
Elmsford, NY 10523
600450 SCHOTT Announces Launch of Tempered Narima® Color Effects Glass That Extends Application Possibilities For Architects And Designers
Date: 18 May 2012

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