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Name:
SageGlass
Sustainable glass facades and energy-saving windows.
Origin:
New York
Application & typical uses:
Architecture and Design - Healthcare, Education and Commercial Environments
Product breakdown:
SageGlass is a sustainable glass product that aims to elegantly solve solar-control challenges without compromising on aesthetics, design or energy-efficiency - a great fit for projects aiming to achieve sustainability certifications such as LEED, BREEAM, WELL, LBC, Estidama, HQE and more. SageGlass has an electrochromic coating made up of five layers of ceramic material. Applying a low voltage of electricity darkens the coating as lithium ions and electrons transfer from one electrochromic layer to another electrochromic layer. Reversing the voltage polarity causes the ions and electrons to return to their original layer, causing the glass to return to its clear state. This solid-state reaction is controlled through a very low voltage power supply. A darkened state enables SageGlass to absorb and reradiate away the sun’s unwanted heat and glare. A clear state allows you to maximize daylight and solar energy.
Colour/finish:
Clear, Blue, Green and Gray
Certification:
Environmental Product Declaration (EPD)
Dimensions:
Any size up to 5’ x 10’ or as small as 10 inches
Supplier name:
SageGlass
Supplier address:
CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS SAGE Electrochromics, Inc. 2 Sage Way Faribault, MN 55021, USA
Supplier telephone:
+41 31 336 81 00
Supplier email:
sales.emea@sageglass.com
Supplier website:
Visit website
Origin:
New York
Application & typical uses:
Architecture and Design - Healthcare, Education and Commercial Environments
Product breakdown:
SageGlass is a sustainable glass product that aims to elegantly solve solar-control challenges without compromising on aesthetics, design or energy-efficiency - a great fit for projects aiming to achieve sustainability certifications such as LEED, BREEAM, WELL, LBC, Estidama, HQE and more. SageGlass has an electrochromic coating made up of five layers of ceramic material. Applying a low voltage of electricity darkens the coating as lithium ions and electrons transfer from one electrochromic layer to another electrochromic layer. Reversing the voltage polarity causes the ions and electrons to return to their original layer, causing the glass to return to its clear state. This solid-state reaction is controlled through a very low voltage power supply. A darkened state enables SageGlass to absorb and reradiate away the sun’s unwanted heat and glare. A clear state allows you to maximize daylight and solar energy.
Colour/finish:
Clear, Blue, Green and Gray
Certification:
Environmental Product Declaration (EPD)
Dimensions:
Any size up to 5’ x 10’ or as small as 10 inches
Supplier name:
SageGlass
Supplier address:
CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS SAGE Electrochromics, Inc. 2 Sage Way Faribault, MN 55021, USA
Supplier telephone:
+41 31 336 81 00
Supplier email:
sales.emea@sageglass.com
Supplier website:
Visit website
Important information:
The information above was provided by the company that supplied the material. Please use the information on the website for final selection and specification of materials.
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