SageGlass double-pane glazing is the architectural standard in energy efficiency, daylighting and a sustained connection to the outdoors.
We build SageGlass panes into industry-standard insulating glass units (IGUs), which are installed into frames supplied by one of SAGE’s window, skylight and curtain wall partners (or another supplier), always specified by the architect, client or builder. These IGUs come in a wide range of configurations for a variety of applications.
Sizes and availability
SageGlass products are available in dimensions up to 40 inches by 60 inches (1016 mm x 1524 mm). Our new plant will manufacture glass in sizes up to 5 feet by 10 feet (1524 mm x 3048 mm).
We offer rectangles, squares, parallelograms, trapezoids and triangles. We are continuing to expand our product line, so contact us if you’d like to talk about a special shape.
It takes less electricity to operate 2,000 square feet (185.81 square meters) of SageGlass windows than it does to power a single 60-watt light bulb.
Optical data for monolithic SageGlass panes is available in the International Glazing Database supported by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. This allows you to carry out whole glazing system performance calculations using the Window 5.2 modeling program. We can perform these calculations for your project on request.
IGU Performance Data Chart