NSG Wins Grand Prize in Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Launched in October 2017 and just 10.2 mm thick, Super Spacia has reportedly improved insulating capability by 54% (thermal transmission rate of 0.65 W/m2･K).
Super Spacia®, a vacuum insulating glass by NSG Group, was recently awarded the Agency for Natural Resources Director-General’s Prize in the products and business model category of the 2017 Grand Prize for Excellence in Energy Efficiency and Conservation. Sponsored by the Energy Conservation Center, Japan and supported by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, the Grand Prize for Excellence in Energy Efficiency and Conservation was established to promote energy conservation in Japan by recognizing outstanding energy conservation activities and advanced energy conservation products.
Following the previous awards for Spacia vacuum glazing glass (1998) and Spacia 21 double-glazing vacuum glass (2013), this is the third Grand Prize for NSG’s vacuum glazing glass products. Launched in October 2017 and just 10.2 mm thick, Super Spacia has reportedly improved the insulating capability by 54% (thermal transmission rate of 0.65 W/m2･K) over Spacia to deliver the performance equal to 50 mm glass wool used in a typical insulation material.
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