Guardian SunGuard AG and Neutral Series Products
Now Available from Kingsburg Float Glass Plant
June 23, 2009
Four of Guardian Industries' SunGuard advanced architectural glass
coatings designed to help projects save energy and contribute toward
LEED certification are now available from the company's Kingsburg,
Calif. plant. SunGuard AG 43, AG 50, Neutral 40 and Neutral 50 low-E
coatings offer a variety of reflectivity and performance options
for vision and spandrel glass and are suitable for many different
types of commercial glass applications.
These coatings were previously only made at Guardian's Carleton,
Mich., plant. According to a company announcement, the new Kingsburg
production will provide customers shorter lead times, the opportunity
for mixed truck loads with other Kingsburg products and offer advantages
for West Coast projects seeking LEED certification due to local
"These are some of our most popular coatings and can exceed
the performance of ordinary low-E glass," said Guardian director
of commercial glass programs Chris Dolan. "Combined with our
SuperNeutral series already available from Kingsburg, we have a
comprehensive range of design solutions that allow architects to
fully explore the aesthetic and functional possibilities of light."
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