We work closely with leading glass manufacturers to enable a stunning design of glazing in buildings using S-LEC™ coloured PVB film.
Where possible, our technical engineers assist customers by finding solutions to increase production line efficiency.
S-LEC™ Interlayer film expands the possibilities of architectural glass by offering sound insulation, heat insulation, and design performance, while still providing the three basic performances of standard films: safety, security, and UV blocking.
S-LEC™ Sound Acoustic Film– Milky White creates the ideal space, letting in just the right amount of light while providing privacy. This gives architects the creative freedom to expand their design possibilities.
Seamless transition from privacy to transparent glass for buildings
In 2019 the first application of our S-LEC Cielora™ PVB was succesfully realised in a building in Zoetermeer, the Netherlands. Usage of this new interlayer PVB enables an unique high-end finishing for laminated balcony glass, by creating a natural transition from white privacy to transparent glass.
Noise reduction in World Trade Center One
Together with our glazing partner we provided S-LEC™ acoustic interlayer Film for the laminated glass of World Trade Centre One. This enables extra safety and sound control, which is a remarkable stimulus for comfort in buildings situated in noisy environments.
Laminated glass structures for Vasconcelos Library
The interior of the enormous Vasconcelos Library in downtown Mexico City uses glass structures laminated with clear film from SEKISUI S-LEC™. Spread across 38,000 square meters the laminated glass panes naturally lighten the concrete structure of the building, navigating visitors through reading areas.
The tinting in S-LEC™ Colour Film helps create the bright and comfortable spaces frequently found in contemporary architecture.
S-LEC™ Colour Film with sound-insulation brings peace and calmness into buildings by significantly reducing noises coming through the glass.
S-LEC™ Interlayer Film laminated glass prevents shattering and holds fragments in place to protect people from further injury.