April 14, 2009 | Vol 4, Num 15
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Double Panes music video
You know an industry’s message is beginning to make it into the general public when parody music videos start appearing. Check out this hilarious music video called “Double Panes” about the benefits of insulating glass over single-glazed units. ... read more
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Fire-rated ceramic glass

Safti First, San Francisco, developed Pyran Platinum, a fire-rated ceramic glass free of toxins and hazardous heavy metals. ... read more

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Panoramic façade at the Meditech building 

The four-story, 122,000-square-foot Medical Information Technology Inc. building in Fall River, Mass., features a sustainable high-performance façade with sunscreen systems that automatically respond to exterior solar conditions and are integrated into the versatile curtain wall. The curtain wall allows natural daylighting throughout the building that maximizes views and reduces dependency on electrical lighting. To help control daylight and increase occupant comfort, the glass wall features motorized shades installed between the mullions.

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