Smartglass switchable glass technology

Smartglass International is proud to announce that Smartglass Privacy Panel were fitted into the Mc Garragle Building Services New Showroom.

The impressive new show room is based in Channel Islands for 35 years.   

It specializes in offering many services that include suspended ceilings, office access floors and Smartglass systems.   By looking at their modern attractive showroom,  there is no doubt about their expertise and new technologies that are applied, for example movable desks.

There is no better way than to show a quick video and appreciate this project. Smartglass Privacy Glass was fitted as a partition wall and doors.

The fully glazed Smartglass door used SAS System 8000 to guarantee an excellent insulation barrier that can provide up to 49dB. The Flushed Glazed Doors sleek design is very modern and can be fitted to a maximum size of 4200mm. The application of different glass types can meet the acoustic demands for varied environments.  Each partition system is tested to meet a client’s criteria. In Mc Garragle Building case, the SAS System 8000 was used with a Privacy Smartglass to create an integral partition with privacy on demand.

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Smartglass products are an excellent solution to achieve privacy on demand. Due to the extensive research we expanded our product range adding Black-Out Smartglass or Anti-Bacterial Smartglass. We took part in many challenging projects such as The Globe of Science and Innovation or ITV Studio.  Read about our achievements here. 

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Date: 5 December 2014
Source: www.smartglassinternational.com

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