Atlantica™ Tinted Glass
Atlantica™ (formerly Solargreen®) residential glass is an emerald green tinted glass that combines desirable high visible light transmittance with low shading coefficient, providing homeowners with an attractive solution to meeting new glazing energy conservation design criteria. Its sparkling green color is especially striking against light-colored facades. Introduced in 1992.
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Azuria ™ Tinted Glass
PPG introduced the original Graylite residential glass in 1960. In 2009, the company reformulated the product to outperform previous versions while retaining its popular dark-gray aesthetic. New Graylite II tinted glass provides superior heat load reduction and solar control with definitive color contrast. In a 3mm (1/8 inch) thickness, daylight transmittance is 24%, making it ideal for glare control and privacy glazing. It blocks 92% of the sun’s ultraviolet energy, more than most residential glasses available today(3mm thickness). The result is exceptional protection against interior fabric and color fading caused by UV light. With its bold, almost-black look, Graylite II glass is the solution for applications requiring reduced solar heat gain, UV light protection, or a specific aesthetic objective.
Solarbronze ® Tinted Glass
The warmth of its bronze tint has made Solarbronze glass a popular residential glass solution since 1959 for residential homes. Solarbronze tinted glass reduces solar heat gain and glare while providing a visible light transmittance of 67% for 3mm (1/8 inch) thickness. Solarbronze tinted glass imparts a subtle richness from the exterior and adds a warm glow to interior decors without noticeably influencing true color. Its bronze color especially complements brick and stone facades. Introduced in 1959.
Solargray ® Tinted Glass
For over 50 years, Solargray residential glass has been selected for homes because of its cool light-gray appearance and ability to control solar heat gain and glare. Solargray tinted glass in 3mm (1/8 inch) thickness provides a visible light transmittance of 60%. Low ultraviolet light transmittance (37% for 3mm thickness) helps reduce color fading of fabrics, wall coverings, and paintings that results from exposure to sunlight. Its light gray color makes Solargray tinted glass attractive with almost any building façade. Introduced in 1958.
Solexia™ Tinted Glass
Solexia (formerly Solex®) residential glass is a light green tinted glass that has provided aesthetic and performance solutions for builders for more than six decades. The light green color of Solexia (formerly Solex) glass subdues interior brightness while still providing the highest visible light transmittance, 83% for 3mm (1/8-inch) thickness, of any tinted glass substrate available. Introduced in 1940.