Posts Tagged ‘ electrochromic glazing ’

New ISO Standard Addresses Electrochromic Glazing

Nov 16th, 2017

The International Organization for Standardization has published a new standard that specifies the accelerated aging test and requirements for electrochromic (EC) glazings. According to the introduction section of the standard, ISO 18543:2017, it is intended “to provide a means for evaluating the durability of electrochromic glazings.” The test procedures covered in the document include: a […]

Architects Have Plenty of Pull in Window-Related Product Development

Jun 27th, 2014

Give the people what they want. Or more precisely, give the architects what they want. More than 700 exhibitors re-convened Friday at Chicago’s McCormick Place for the second day of the American Institute of Architects’ national convention, AIA Convention 2014. Many of the exhibitors at the show are directly affiliated with the glass and glazing […]

Smart Glass Usage to Grow Tenfold in Next Ten Years

Jan 13th, 2014

It wasn’t that long ago that low-E glass was considered exotic, an added expense that was at times hard to justify. But low-E glass went on to become commonplace within the glass industry, a product so usual that there’s little debate now as to whether to get it. Many experts are predicting a likewise smooth […]

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