Saint-Gobain Glass has launched SGG DECORGLASS, a range of clear patterned glass. Providing an alternative to what is currently available on the market, this exclusive range offers six new designs creatively named WATERDROP, ENTRELAZADO, PIXARENA, LISTRAL M, MARIS and THELA.
For use within exterior and interior applications, SGG DECORGLASS is perfect for creating bright and spacious areas with different levels of privacy. Its range of designs and textures is suitable for the decoration of both residential and commercial premises, installed in windows, doors, partitions, shower and bath screens, furniture, internal/external barriers and street furniture.
Offering a unique approach to patterned glass, SGG DECORGLASS can be processed as any other glass. It may also be assembled in double-glazed units to provide effective thermal insulation combined with privacy, or incorporated with SGG STADIP SILENCE acoustic safety laminated glass in locations in which acoustic insulation and privacy is a requirement.
SGG DECORGLASS is available with a range of visibility factors, developed by Saint-Gobain and called the SGG Vision Control Factor. These range from 1 to 10 based upon their individual visibility, 1 offering the greatest privacy. The product fully complies with the requirements of standard EN 572-5 and carries the relevant CE mark.
The product range has enjoyed much success in the European market and the aim is to spark the same interest in the UK. Offered as a unique alternative to existing patterns, the range will offer companies a point of differentiation from their competitors, inspiring fresh and new designs. Brochures and samples packs have been designed to help showcase the unique patterns to the market.
The range is complemented by SGG ARENA C and SGG KATMIN; patterns which have been designed with a more traditional look and feel. A wired glass option is also planned for the future to complete the patterned glass portfolio.
The launch of SGG DECORGLASS is the next stage of a range of exciting interior products to be introduced to the UK market throughout 2013.