AGC Glass North America

Hotel Avalon and Alpharetta Conference Center, Alpharetta, Ga.

The Right Glazing For The Right Application

Combining excellent solar control, a neutral appearance and low reflectivity, Cooper Carry specified approximately 45,000 sq. ft. of AGC Glass North America’s ENERGY Select 28 high-performance, low-E coated glazing for the Hotel Avalon and Alpharetta Conference Center in Alpharetta, Ga. Whereas the architects used lots of clear glass at the lower levels to deliver the same level of transparency as retail storefronts, they desired more privacy with a low level of reflectance that could also comply with energy-code requirements for the guest suites in the rest of the building, which is where ENERGY Select 28 was a great fit.

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Gloss and Satin

Seamlessly combining glossy and satin finishes, AGC Glass North America introduces Lacobel T glass painted float glass and Matelac T acid-etched float glass painted to create a satin finish. Available in a number of colors, the Cradle to Cradle Certified Silver float glass is well suited for a variety of interior and exterior applications from façades to glass partitions—essentially anywhere tempered glazing is required for durability, resiliency to impacts and scratching, and the ability to withstand thermal shock.

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Pristine Views

Clearvision is a low-iron glass that offers the ultimate in neutrality, purity and color enhancement. It has 92% light transmission, more than any other glass product on the market. This makes it ideal for architectural applications requiring a high degree of transparency or color optimization. Even in its thickest iterations, Clearvision remains perfectly neutral. Available in laminated, heat-treated, bent, silk-screened, or insulated configurations, it can be specified for interiors and exteriors.

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Conscious Daylighting

AGC Glass Energy Select 23 is high performance low-E glass comprised of a triple-silver coating on a clear substrate. It delivers a solar heat gain coefficient (SHGC) of 0.23, with a high visible light transmission (VLT) of 50%.

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