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Here’s what you need to know about channel glass basics to get started on your next project.

Looking for information on Pilkington Profilit™ channel glass for your next project? Click on the sections below to learn about channel glass design options, installation, product testing, how channel glass can contribute to LEED standards, applications ranging from single story and multi-story applications and more.

Learning some basics like features and benefits of channel glass and insulation options will help you determine how channel glass can work for your next project.

With a host of design options ranging from surface textures, color coatings, functional coatings and sandblasting options, channel glass can be the striking addition to fulfill virtually any design vision.

Learn about the possible lengths, depths and widths of channel glass to help you understand the range of design capabilities.

From interior and exterior, horizontal and vertical, radius or serpentine shape installations, read on to learn about options in channel glass applications.

Channel glass systems must comply with a variety of AAMA certified tests and are also available to meet hurricane impact testing requirements. Learn more about these tests, and how channel glass can help contribute to LEED standards.

Learn more about the channel glass product options available from Technical Glass Products.

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