PPG Industries has posted a new video about the benefits of designing with reflective glass in the PPG Glass Education Center, a comprehensive website that helps architects, specifiers, students and construction industry professionals learn more about designing, specifying and building with glass.
The video features Paul DiCesare, PPG manager of architectural quality assurance, flat glass, discussing specific applications for which tinted, reflective glass can be a superior choice to transparent glass. The tutorial covers key benefits associated with reflective glass and its abilities to harmonize with colors and surrounding building materials and to limit visibility, increase privacy and control glare.
The PPG Glass Education Center is a growing library of glass technical information that serves as an objective, user-focused online resource for glass and building industry professionals. Content is updated regularly based on the most frequently-asked questions PPG fields on its website, during sales calls and through its call center.
To learn about more glass-related topics, log onto educationcenter.ppg.com. For more information about PPG’s full collection of architectural glass products, visit ppgideascapes.com or call 1-888-PPG-IDEA (774-4332).
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