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ConverLight

Watch the release film for our latest product ConverLight® Paragon

With ConverLight Paragon ChromoGenics has managed to create a facade glass that combines the unique ability of the dynamic glass to automatically shift transparency following the sun light with world class insulating capacity.

The result is a window that improves comfort and economy and has a positive impact on the climate.

ConverLight

More light, less energy

Sunlight can be a problematic factor in many workspaces. Our groundbreaking electrochromic glass technology and our patented static technology gives the possibility to overcome all these obstacles. ConverLight is a glass that provides effective solar protection without the loss of essential daylight.

ConverLight dynamic windows adapt automatically or manually to direct sunlight and solar radiation

– creating increased indoor comfort and energy saving facilities. Without ruining the view or changing the façades esthetic appearance with any external equipment.

Why ConverLight?

The sustainable solution

In a time when glass is the dominating trend in modern architecture, there is an obvious challenge to design attractive buildings that also fulfill the requirements of sustainability. ChromoGenics has solved this problem. With ConverLight glass the energy consumption is lower, regardless of season, and the environmental footprint is therefore heavily reduced.

Learn more about our technology with the help of our former CEO.

CASE

Baldergymnasiet in Skellefteå

In 2016 ChromoGenics begun to deliver ConverLight dynamic glass to Baldergymnasiet in Skellefteå, Sweden. ConverLight provide the buildings with efficiently regulated solar control, which contributes to improved energy efficiency and indoor comfort as well as providing added value for environmental certification of the real estate.

FIGHT AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE

See a brighter future with ChromoGenics

For every property owner who chooses to install our climate-smart products, we donate to the World Wildlife Fund WWF and their climate work.

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