Stopray SilverFlex: a new high-tech glass for visionary architecture

Stopray SilverFlex: a new high-tech glass for visionary architecture
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AGC Glass Europe is innovating with a new solar control product.

This highly reflective solar control glass offers architects and developers the perfect solution in terms of reflection, transparency, solar control and aesthetics.

 

Two major benefits in one product: high external reflection and self-matchable aesthetics

Stopray SilverFlex’s highly reflective solar control coating allows building occupants to enjoy , fully glazed environments without overheating.

Ideal for buildings located in hot regions and those with facades exposed to an abundance of sunlight, this glazing offers a great solution for a comfortable living space.

Stopray SilverFlex also offers a Ug value down to 1.0W/m2.K for projects where a high level of thermal insulation is required. 

In addition, Stopray SilverFlex is a self-matchable glass, which answers the glass processor’s need to optimize their stock.

The product can be used in a toughened or non-toughened version, while delivering the same ‘silver’ aesthetics. Both versions perfectly match on the same façade, offering the same technical performances.

With Stopray SilverFlex, architects and developers can integrate future-orientated energy concepts into their buildings without sacrificing transparency and aesthetics.

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Date: 16 July 2017
Source: www.agc-glass.eu

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