reflective glass

reflective glass

Window glass having a thin, translucent metallic coating bonded to the exterior or interior surface to reflect a portion of the light and radiant heat and light that strikes it. See also: Glass

reflective glass

Window glass which has been coated on the outside with a transparent metallic coating to reflect a significant fraction of the light and radiant heat which strikes it.
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The seven-story property was originally built in 1991 and features an impressive two-story atrium lobby, an attractive reflective glass and granite faade, full-service cafeteria, ample covered parking and panoramic views from the upper floors.
A four-story building featuring a reflective glass faijade, 2 Hilton Court is centered by a sky-lit atrium and comprises flexible floorplates suitable for either a single user or multiple tenants.
Due to the unique challenges presented by the functionality of an ATC tower, particularly the requirement for large reflective glass surfaces, very few globally have achieved the gold standard," said Omar Binadai, vice president, engineering services at Dubai Airports.
Omar Binadai, vice president for engineering services at Dubai Airports, commented: “Due to the unique challenges presented by the functionality of an ATC tower, particularly the requirement for large reflective glass surfaces, very few organisations [in the world] have achieved the Gold standard.
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Reflective glass, which requires the best technology for manufacturing, is subjected to a 10% customs tariff.
Its facade of steel and glass has a high-tech or late-Modernism design, characterized by curved walls and reflective glass surfaces popular in American architecture at that time.
Insulated glass windows keep local traffic noise to a minimum, and low-E reflective glass concurrently saves energy.
The new mirror, which is located in the same position as a standard rear-view mirror, is intended to aid rear visibility by giving the driver the option to switch from standard reflective glass to a full width image on an LCD screen that is beamed from a camera mounted on the vehicle's rear.
LUXAN is a smooth, colored, reflective glass flake for creating decorative, eye catching, sparkling, glitter surfaces.
The brick-faced facade of the 70,000-square-foot building was wrapped with reflective glass in the early 1980s, and the structure today is home to loan officers, insurance agents, financial service representatives, lawyers and staff of the Massachusetts attorney general's office.
Sydney, August 10 ( ANI ): Audi appears to be the first car maker that is prepared to jump across the digital divide, replacing the reflective glass of the rear-view mirror with a large and glowing mobile phone screen.