See below how Ceilings by Gyproc can contribute to LEED V4.0 criteria: Thermal comfort
Thanks to its electrochromic technology while contributing to green building, SageGlass has the power to tint on demand: from a darkened state that blocks the sun’s unwanted heat to a clear state that maximize solar energy, building occupants feel thermally comfortable all year long.
To promote occupants’ productivity, comfort, and well-being by providing quality thermal comfort.
The project must meet the requirements for both thermal comfort design and thermal comfort control.
The building must be designed (heating, ventilating, air-conditioning systems, building envelope) to meet the requirements of specific standards on thermal comfort (ASHRAE standard 55-2010 or ISO and CEN standards).
In addition, individual thermal comfort controls must be provided for at least 50% of individual occupant spaces. For all shared multi-occupant spaces, a group thermal comfort control can be installed. Thermal comfort controls allow occupants, whether in individual spaces or shared multi-occupant spaces, to adjust at least one of the following in their local environment: air temperature, radiant temperature, air speed, and humidity.
Read the detailed requirement for Thermal Comfort
Through its efficient insulation and dynamic solar control properties, SageGlass contributes to creating thermally comfortable environments both in winter and summer, and optimizing energy efficiency. SageGlass can particularly help to regulate the radiant heat in the space. Note that SageGlass should be mounted in a high-performance, airtight framing system with good insulation properties. Triple pane configuration options are also available for higher insulation performance.
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