SAINT GOBAIN GLASS (FRANCE)
Example of combinations that put together a heated glazing:
- External facing SGG PLANITHERM XN which aim is to provide good thermal insulation with respect to the outside
- Heated glass VITRAGE SGG EGLAS
- Laminated glass to ensure complete electric protection for users. Note, in case of impact on the glass, the latter is protected by a laminated glass which also provides an electrical insulation. The electrically energised layer remains inaccessible.
@eglas st gobain
VITRUM GLASS (FRANCE)
Vitrum Glass is the developer of the Smart in Glass® solution for a Plug & Play integration and a smart control of the heated glazing and the whole technological glazings in its range (opacifier, solar migration, OLED…). The surface temperature is 20 to 40°C even in case of very low external temperatures. Vitrum Glass is specialised in design, installation and control of high-end smart glazings.
GROUPE RIO GLASS (FRANCE)
The French industrial group RIOU GLASS (18 factories in France) is, among other, the manufacturer of heated glazing Calorglass®. This manufacturer was awarded the innovation price at the fair of Paris in 2015. The principle is standard for all heated glazings: an invisible layer of metal micro-particles is deposited on the inner surface of the glass. The layer is thus transformed into a heating resistor. The radiation takes place at low temperature (up to 45 °C). The solution is paired with innovative home automation control systems.
IQ GLASS (UK)
IQ GLASS has been one of the leaders in the field of technical and architectural glass for over 12 years in the UK.
HTG (POLAND, SWITZERLAND)
Polish manufacturer of technical glazing (security, anti-fire, architectural, ballistics, etc.) including heated glasses.
GLOW GLASS UK
English manufacturer of heated glazings and in particular of “bi-folding heated glass doors”.