The second instalment of the series covers various aspects of glass technology for the built environment.
Neil McSporran, business development manager for Pilkington Architectural North America, explains why glass plays a key role in helping digital displays in public spaces stay looking their best.
“As digital information becomes a more important part of how we live our lives, designers are coming up with ever more creative ways of integrating it into the built environment.
“Glass plays a vital role in this, protecting displays from the weather and the risk of damage by vandals, and choosing the right glass for the application can make a big difference to way the content comes across.”
The video provides an overview of the display glazing products Pilkington offer, including the true low-iron Pilkington Optiwhite™, the anti-reflective Pilkington OptiView™, and the reflective Pilkington MirroView™.
- Pilkington glass manufactures a wide range of float, coated, rolled, laminated and toughened glass products as well as its own range of high-performance insulating glass units. Glass is distributed directly to customers, either as stock or as bespoke processed products to meet their needs, either direct from St Helens or through its network of branches countrywide. The company is highly focused on quality and service, continually improving to deliver the benefits of their technical ability and innovation to the end user.
- To find out more about glazing for digital displays and signage, visit www.pilkington.com/digital-signage