VACUUM INSULATED GLASS (VIG)
A STEP CHANGE IN ENERGY PERFORMANCE
LuxWall has cracked the fully-tempered problem.
The LuxWall VIG Platform is a cost effective, fully-tempered product that improves window energy performance by 60%.
THERE IS NO PLANET B
Because responsible stewardship of the Earth is a global mandate of increasing urgency, state and local governments are adopting new building codes with stringent energy efficiency requirements for both new and existing buildings. And for good reason: Buildings alone consume 30% of the world’s energy and generate 39% of the world’s CO2 Greenhouse Gas emissions. Heating and cooling account for up to 50% of energy demand for a typical building. Windows – glazing – are a substantial contributor to excess energy consumption: According to the National Fenestration Ratings Council windows account for approximately one-third of a building’s heating and cooling transmission.
Vacuum Insulated Glass (VIG) is a glazing innovation designed to prevent thermal pass-through thereby reducing energy demand of building systems for heating, ventilating, and air conditioning. VIG is also prized for its sound insulation capabilities compared to single-pane glass and for its slim profile compared to double-pane glass. Until now, VIG was only available in limited sizes or quantities or strengths and at a premium price – out of reach for most target applications. Benefiting from new technology advancements, and using the combined intellectual property, industry expertise, and contact network of the LuxWall founders, the market is about to experience a seismic shift.
TO SAVE PLANET A, the energy efficiency of buildings must improve exponentially. LuxWall’s VIG will change the built environment in the same way wind and solar is changing energy production in America, reducing heating and cooling by 25% and carbon by 28%.
LuxWall cuts heating and cooling by 25% and with mass adoption, can reduce global carbon emissions by:
LUXWALL, Inc., is a building materials manufacturer, innovating the design and production of vacuum-insulated glass to help commercial building owners meet stringent energy efficiency standards.