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Wednesday March 1, 2006 5:57 pm

Hot Glass Heated Windows


Posted by John Goulden Categories: Design, Household


Towel WarmerWalk by your typical window during the middle of winter (assuming you don’t live in the tropics) and you can feel the cold pouring off of it.  Even multi-paned, gas filled, low-E windows are still poor thermal barriers and let in as much cold as they let heat out.  To increase comfort and efficiency, Engineered Glass Products (EGP) has come out with Hot Glass.  Hot Glass is a double-pane window with a transparent film that allows the inside pane to radiate heat.  You can set the window to provide just enough warmth to offset any heat-loss, and put the inside of the glass at room temperature.  Alternatively the controls can be configured (similar to a standard thermostat) to allow the windows to give off increased heat, helping to warm the room they’re in.

Oh, and that picture of the towel warmer?  Well, it happens to be just one of the additional uses of their heated glass technology, and a good looking one at that.


Read More | EGP via Luxury Housing Trends


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