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A green glass for a sustainable 21st century
Sustainable energy is changing the way glass is used as a passive design in architecture with innovative solutions to reduce energy consumption.


"Imagine a single cutting edge film that will transform the way you look at glass and how your building performs in today’s green era."

Q: Why Use MBXIR High Performance Glass?

The time is vital for us to care for our planet by looking at ways to live a more sustainable existence. To that end sustainable energy can be harnessed even in passive design which is now adopted in architecture providing innovative solutions to reduce energy consumption.

We believe glass is an essential component to reduce the carbon footprint and when it is cleverly manufactured and utilised, it is a vital ally to all other energy efficient systems and products currently being developed to serve that mission in energy conservation.

A: You Get A More Comfortable Living Space,
     Better Energy Conservation and Great Ideas
     In Architecture.

A More Comfortable Indoor Ambience:
• Shading Coefficient (SC) of less than 0.42nm
• blocks 98% of Infrared Light(IR) which carries penetrating heat
• blocks 99.9% of UV which damages health and interior finishes
• allows in 40-70% of visible light
• eliminates spontaneous glass shattering
• cuts noise by 3-5dB

Energy Conservation Benefits:
• 47% less electricity consumption over normal laminated film glass
• 30% less lighting power consumption
• 47% less air-con power consumption
• 48% lighter weight than insulated glass
• 50% more impact resistant than insulated glass

Great Design Inspirations:
• Inspires architectural designs never thought possible
• Glass can be Curved
• The Low-E film within the glass composite is oxidization-free and will not
    change colour
• less reflection from within while looking out in the night




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