Electroconductive glass

External consumers can be supplied with electroconductive PVB laminate. The basic glass goes without any drillings or holes for the power supply. A pane of transparent glass conducting electricity is assembled with a cover glass using the PVB (Polyvinyl Butyral Foil) laminate method. The power (low voltage DC) is supplied through conductive circuits on top of the glass that are almost completely invisible. PowerKontakt offers a number of new design possibilities for designers and exhibition architects with respect to glass surfaces.

Source: materialicadesign.comAdded: 4 January 2007