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Specsheet>The latest developments in glass and curtain wall systems

Technological advancements allow glass to mimic and outperform other surfaces. Plus, the latest curtain wall and storefront systems offer more design flexibility while keeping costs low.

Solarban 90 Vitro Architectural Glass

Solarban 90 glass uses a proprietary coating technology that offers exceptional solar control as well as high-visible light transmittance. The low-E glass is now available in a large assortment of tints, including blue, bronze, gray, and green.

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mfree-SCCF Permasteelisa

A moisture-free, sustainable closed-cavity facade system that is cost-efficient and designed so that no dust or condensation can permeate the internal cavity of its double skin. This system can be integrated with automated solar-shading systems as well.

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SatinDeco on ExtraClear Guardian Glass

This velvety finish can be used in both vision and spandrel applications, and offers a translucent appearance. SatinDeco can be combined with many of Guardian’s SunGuard products and allows for maximum daylighting while offering privacy.

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StormWall XL Hurricane-Resistant Curtain Wall CRL-U.S. Aluminum

The new hurricane-resistant curtain wall from CRL-U.S. Aluminum offers protection against severe weather, is NFRC-rated, and has Florida product approval. This improved system uses a continuous thermal space and offers a shear block assembly with no exposed fasteners for a clean aesthetic and easy installation. Additionally, it is glazed with 1-5/16-inch insulating laminated glass.

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Stoneglass Pulp Studio

An innovative new offering from Pulp Studio, this glass is made of a crystalline silicon structure that makes it as hard as granite, but more consistent than natural stone. Unlike stone, it can be bent, formed, carved, and specified in particular thicknesses that can reduce cost and waste. And, because it contains no resins, Stoneglass can be recycled.

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YES 60 YKK AP

The new line of FI, TU, and XT models allow for taller and wider storefronts, including spans as high as 14 feet. These storefronts offer a cost- and energy-efficient alternative to curtain walls for use in retail and low-rise offices.

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Product> Interior Glass: Eight new products and their beautiful special effects

Fixed or floating, glass panels can bring color, pattern, texture, and spatial definition to an interior—without impeding the spread of light throughout the space. Used as part of a wayfinding or identity scheme, or simply to introduce a note of artistic distinction, the choices range from traditional cast and mouth-blown design to high-tech fabrications. Lasercut Poured Glass 3Form An interlayer of laser-cut fabric gives these laminated glass panels depth and dimension. Offered in four patterns in over 40 colors. Moonstone Lumicor Composed of glass aggregate that is 98 percent to 100 percent recycled post-industrial or post-consumer content, these panels are LEED eligible. Isola Murano Glass Soli Combining the art of traditional glass blowing with modern technology, these one-of-a-kind panels can be cut to spec or installed as whole pieces. Graph, Alexander Girard Collection Skyline Design One of ten designs in the new Alexander Girard Collection, panels are available in sizes up to 72 inches by 144 inches, in four thicknesses. Patterns are etched or printed in transparent, translucent, or opaque effects. Scrimshaw Pulp Studio Sporting sketchy linear patterns in a freehand technique, this etched mirror glass is suited for hospitality and commercial applications. Creanza Encast, Creanza Interiors Collection Cristacurva Interlayers of fabrics, metallic mesh, and rice paper give this line of laminated glass a natural character. Dichroic Glass Finishes 3M Architectural Markets Glass is easily transformed using this pressure-sensitive, repositionable film. Available in warm and cool color palettes, it is Class A fire-rated. Plank Joel Berman Glass Studio Available in panels up to 58 inches by 110 inches, this kiln-cast glass can be fabricated, tempered, and color-matched to order.
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Product> Can Touch This: Coverings and Surfaces

From floor to ceiling, and all planes in between, these interior surfacing solutions are durable and work across a variety of applications. I Frammenti Brix This micro mosaic of 2,304, 5-millimeter-square ceramic blocks on a 12- by 12-inch sheet of fine mesh provides a full range of flexibility, perfect for finishing curved or irregular walls. Available in both glossy and matte treatments, I Frammenti comes in mixed colors of sand, gray, and black; blue, white, and azure; white, gray, and black; white, sand, and black; and blue, gray, and azure. DI-NOC 3M Architectural Markets The color and texture of a naturally unwieldy material can be applied to irregular or gravity-defying surfaces with an 8-millimeter architectural vinyl film from 3M (above). The lightweight material comes in rolls for a smooth application and can be heat-stretched over corners and sharp edges for a monolithic look. It comes in more than 500 patterns and textures, thanks to a combination of digital printing and embossing techniques. Pyne Arborite A bold, graphic faux bois is rendered on high-pressure laminate for Pyne, one of three patterns in the INK series. Designed by Giona Maiarelli, the pattern is a wink to his Italian view of 1960s America, refined by years of graphic work for the likes of Milton Glaser and Harper’s Bazaar. The product comes in 4- by 8-foot panels and is available in inverse combinations of Purple and Orange. Biobased Xorel Carnegie Seven years of research went into reimagining the Xorel line of wall coverings and upholstery fabric—traditionally a petroleum-based product—in sugar cane. The U.S. government grants a bio-based label to any product with at least 25 percent biomaterial, but Xorel is composed of between 60 and 80 percent sugar. Ninety-one colors are available in three existing and three new patterns. SilentMesh GKD Metal Fabrics GKD has developed a ceiling solution from its line of metal fabrics. The multi-layered system features a lightweight aluminum honeycomb core that is stable, sound absorbing, and maintains strong architectural edges and finishing details. While large-format panels are compatible with the drop ceiling framework prevalent in North America, it also comes with a custom T-grid suspension system for clean, flush seams that conceal traditional joints. Deconstructed Patcraft Deconstructed embraces the foundation of carpet. It integrates the backing of either a modular or broadloom format into the face of the floor covering. Monochromatic thread fibers at varying heights are variegated by exposing the matrix pad for pops of color and texture. The product is material efficient, lightweight, and soft. All components are 100 percent recyclable and Cradle-to-Cradle certified. Krion Porcelanosa Aluminum trihydride and highly resistant resins form an antibacterial and durable surfacing material that is highly resistant to UV radiation, fire damage, staining, and extreme environmental exposure. It can be cut similar to wood or marble, scored for dramatic backlighting, and thermoformed for seamless corners and irregular shapes. Warm to the touch, Krion is available in nearly 50 colors and styles, including a white that boasts more than 99.8 percent purity. Maglia Pulp Studio To achieve a smoother surface than traditional woven metal materials with additional sound-blocking capabilities, Pulp Studio developed Maglia, a laminated glass sheet embedded with architectural mesh for interior applications. Low-iron glass highlights metallic details in both annealed and tempered formats while complying with Category I and II of the Consumer Product Safety Commission standards. Any of Pulp Studio’s meshes are available and custom weaves can also be specified.