Pilkington MirroView™ is an innovative semi-transparent glass for low light applications including video and digital displays. It is ideal for concealing television, video, touch and digital displays screens for commercial and residential applications providing a clean, modern, transitional look.
Pilkington MirroView™ can be used as a traditional mirror with a small video screen concealed beneath. When the screen is turned ‘off’ the product maintains a mirrored appearance. When the screen is turned ‘on’, the picture on the video screen shows through. Pilkington MirroView™ is compatible with all touch screen technologies, making it ideal for smart mirrors. It is very durable and can be easily handled, cleaned, transported and processed. Due to its pyrolytic coating, the product does not degrade over time, providing a virtually unlimited shelf-life, and allowing applications even in a humid environment.
Many devices and technical applications use on-line coated, electrically conductive or low-reflective glass for leading technology and service to end users.
Solar Glass for Solar Panels
The NSG Group offers a range of specialized glass and coated glass products used in all of the leading solar energy technologies, including thin film photovoltaics, concentrated solar power technology and solar thermal collectors.
Our range of solar glass products includes NSG TEC™, Pilkington Optiwhite™, and Pilkington Sunplus™. Each of our solar glass solutions are optimized to suit specific technologies, making NSG Group the ideal provider of glass to solar energy technology manufacturers.
NSG TEC™ Glass offers a range of low-emissivity glasses utilizing a transparent, pyrolytic on-line electrically conductive coating.
The range consists of a wide variety of thermal and heated glass performance properties, while maximizing light transmittance and optimizing electrical conductivity. The products are specifically tuned to meet the requirements of a variety of applications.
NSG TEC™ Glass is particularly suited to heated glass for commercial refrigeration.
When refrigeration doors are opened condensation forms on the cold inboard lite. By applying a current through the conductive NSG TEC™ coating, heat is generated, and the condensation is quickly evaporated.
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