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Trosifol Presents Complete Range of PVB Films for Architectural, Photovoltaic and Automotive Glazing

Post Time:Apr 18,2012Classify:Industry NewsView:43

At this year’s “China International Glass Industry Technology Exhibition of 2012” in Shanghai, China, TROSIFOL, a division of Kuraray Europe GmbH, presented its entire range of PVB films for architectural, photovoltaic and automotive glazing.



One of the highlights was the new, design-inspiring BLACK & WHITE product line. This product range of the Kuraray subsidiary is based on two new PVB films, Brilliant Black and Diamond White, in a 0.76 mm thickness. These are supplemented by three more design films in different shades of white and different degrees of opacity. By introducing this new segment, the Troisdorf film specialist is extending its target group and appealing to architects, planners and interior designers.



The PVB encapsulation films for photovoltaic modules – TROSIFOL SOLAR – were presented as integrated in customer modules, one thin-layer and two crystalline modules.

The vibrant COLOUR product line was illustrated with different-coloured glass panes, while automotive glazing expertise was demonstrated with several windscreens. The latter segment is all set to grow in importance now that TROSIFOL has announced its decision to invest almost EUR 20 million in the coming two years in the expansion of PVB film production for automotive glazing.



China Glass 2012 at the SHANGHAI NEW INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION CENTER (SNEC) is organised by the Chinese Ceramic Society (CCS) and the Shanghai Ceramic Society. Registered were 842 exhibitors from 23 countries, including Italy, France, Austria, Australia, Finland, Germany and others. The exhibition occupied approximately 55,000 square metres of space. China Glass is now one of the biggest international fairs in its sector in Asia and one of the world’s most influential fairs devoted to glass.

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