NSG Donates Vacuum Glazing Glass to Two Ryugasaki City Facilities
According to NSG, the donation of Spacia is intended to create a comfortable space in the city’s frequently used facilities.
NSG Group recently announced that it has donated Spacia® vacuum glazing glass to the City of Ryugasaki, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan, as part of the company’s 100th anniversary. Spacia will be installed in the city’s central municipal library (16 sheets/about 27 sq m) and Sansankan parenting support center (26 sheets/about 37 sq m). According to NSG, the donation of Spacia is intended to create a comfortable space in the city’s frequently used facilities.
Spacia vacuum glazing glass was launched in 1997 and has been manufactured at NSG’s Ryugasaki plant since May 1998. With a vacuum layer between the two sheets of glass, Spacia vacuum glazing glass reportedly achieves twice the thermal insulation performance of a typical double glazing. Because of thin vacuum layers, the glass can be made to fit with the original frames when replacing windows.
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