ConverLight™ Dynamic Glass enables designers to use more glass while still meeting the performance objectives of building energy codes and standards. ChromoGenics is showcasing the dynamic glass ConverLight™ at the Glasstec exhibition in Germany September 20-23.
“We are delighted to present the smart glass ConverLight™ at the trade show in Düsseldorf,” says Thomas Almesjö, CEO at ChromoGenics. “There is a great interest for advanced materials that support sustainable buildings. Our dynamic glass enables freedom in design for creative architects and in building projects.”
ConverLight is a flexible, dynamic glass solution providing effective solar protection for increased indoor comfort and energy efficiency. The windows adapt automatically or manually to daylight and solar radiation, without any external equipment interfering with the view or changing the esthetic appearance of the building façade. ChromoGenics’ unique, proprietary electrochromic technology controls optical properties, shifting transparency between lighter or darker.
Energy savings come from reduced needs for air conditioning, since the surplus solar radiation can be reduced up to 90% by dynamically shading the glass. It contributes to fulfilling the requirements of environmental building certifications, such as LEED and BREEAM.
Glasstec is an international trade fair that has over 1200 exhibitors and over 40 000 visitors from 87 countries. The exhibition is held every second year in Düsseldorf, Germany.
Welcome to visit us in hall 11 stand A31 during the Glasstec exhibition.