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Skylights
CMC

Skylights consist of glazing mounted in the roof of a building to let in natural light from above, often useful in the upper floor of buildings with deep plans. They can be operable for ventilation. A wide variety of treatments and films can be applied to skylights.

Technologies included:
Skylight Systems
 

 
Sun Control Films
CMC

Sun control films reflect infrared radiation while admitting visible light, decreasing solar gains and heat loss through the window. They can be applied to existing glazings as a retrofit option.

Technologies included:
Solar Films
 

 
Sun Control Glazings
CMC

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Technologies included:
 

 
Sun Control Glazings
CMC

Sun control glazings reject some portion of solar radiation, whether it is infrared radiation, UV light, visible light, or some combination of these.

Technologies included:
Mirona Semi-Transparent Mirrored Glass   |   Sol-gel Glazings   |   Solar Glazings   |   Tinted Glazings
 

 
Sun Control Microstructures
CMC

Sun control microstructures are made up of an array of microscopic elements, such as repeated prisms or parabolic curves, which reflect or redirect light of certain angles of incidence. They can be in the form of films or glazing units.

Technologies included:
3M Vikuiti Films   |   CPC Sun-Shading   |   MikroFun   |   Serraglaze Film
 

 
Sun Control Screens
CMC

Sun control screens provide some degree of sun shading by using a perforated, mesh, or louvered structure as a separate unit or as part of an insulating glass unit. They are static devices and can block the view.

Technologies included:
ECOSS Honeycomb Panel   |   ECOSS Louver Panel   |   Micro Sun Shield Louvers   |   Okatech Panel   |   Okawood Panel
 
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