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Vitro Glass introduces new Tinted Glass Kit

Vitro Glass introduces new Tinted Glass Kit

Posted: November 20, 2020 | Tradewinds

Vitro Architectural Glass (formerly PPG Glass) has introduced a new Tinted Glass Kit featuring a range of uncoated blue, green, gray and bronze glasses.

The streamlined, foam-free package contains 4-by-6-inch uncoated samples of Solexia®, Atlantica®, Azuria®, Solarblue®, Pacifica®, Optigray®, Solargray®, Graylite® II and Solarbronze® glasses. The samples are packaged in a compact box that is easier to ship, story and carry, and more environmentally friendly than previous Vitro glass sample boxes.

Nathan McKenna, marketing and innovation manager, Vitro Architectural Glass, said the refreshed sample kit provides design professionals with an improved tool for evaluating glass aesthetics.

“By providing only uncoated tinted glass substrates, architects and designers can now quickly and easily evaluate each product’s true color,” McKenna explained. “Design professionals can then optimize performance and aesthetics for their projects by combining the tints with a range of Solarban® solar control low-e coatings or Vistacool® or Solarcool® reflective coatings.

“Plus, the new, compact packaging makes the kit easier to manage and easier on the environment.”

To order a kit, visit samples.vitroglazings.com. To learn more about Vitro Glass’s entire line of low-e, low-iron and tinted glasses, visit www.vitroglazings.com or call (855) VTRO-GLS (887-6457).

About Vitro Architectural Glass
Vitro Architectural Glass, part of Vitro, S.A.B. de C.V. (BMV:VITROA), is a new organization created from Vitro’s acquisition of PPG’s flat glass business unit. Now the largest company of its kind in the Americas, Vitro Architectural Glass manufactures industry-leading brands such as Solarban®, Sungate® and Starphire Ultra-Clear® glasses at U.S. plants in Carlisle, Pennsylvania; Fresno, California; Salem, Oregon; and Wichita Falls, Texas. The company also operates one of the world’s largest glass research and development facilities in Pittsburgh and four residential glass fabrication plants in Canada. For more information, please visit www.VitroGlassHub.com.

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