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NanaWall Systems Introduces Dynamic Glass in Folding Doors


NanaWall Systems Introduces Dynamic Glass in Folding Doors

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Dynamic glass provides unprecedented control over how much light enters a building by changing tints from clear to dark on demand with the flip of a switch. The NanaWall with Dynamic Glass controls glare so there is no need to invest in blinds or other window treatments.

"Architects have been asking us for years to research and develop new ways to reduce a building's operating and energy costs," said Ebrahim Nana, president of NanaWall Systems. "We are excited to offer dynamic glass to reduce energy consumption and control glare in buildings while preserving the unobstructed views the NanaWall provides."

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And as this technology improves and manufacturing cost continue to drop it becomes more affordable to the architectural client. :cry

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