Cricursa. (Product Review).CRI-REGULITE is a laminated glass Noun 1. laminated glass - glass made with plates of plastic or resin or other material between two sheets of glass to prevent shattering
safety glass, shatterproof glass
glass - a brittle transparent solid with irregular atomic structure which allows users to control its light transmission. Based on suspended particle device (SPD (Serial Presence Detect) The method used by DIMM memory modules to communicate their capacity and features to the computer. Data such as manufacturer, size, speed, voltage and row and column addresses are stored in an EEPROM chip on the module. ) technology, the glass contains a conductive conductive
having the quality of readily conducting electric current.
flooring or floor covering made specially conductive to electrical current, usually by the inclusion of copper wiring that is earthed film coated with microscopic microscopic /mi·cro·scop·ic/ (mi?kro-skop´ik)
1. of extremely small size; visible only by the aid of the microscope.
2. pertaining or relating to a microscope or to microscopy. light-absorbing particles, which block light depending on the voltage applied to it. Users can adjust the amount of light coming in through a window, either automatically or manually. At the turn of a dial, the glass changes its appearance, becoming darker or clearer. The process is relatively simple: microscopic light-absorbing particles are dispersed dis·perse
v. dis·persed, dis·pers·ing, dis·pers·es
a. To drive off or scatter in different directions: The police dispersed the crowd.
b. within a thin film. When no electrical voltage is applied to the film, the particles absorb light, making the window dark. When voltage is applied, the particles align to let the light pass through. The new glass uses AC voltage and requires very little power (less than 0.6 watts per square foot). It changes colour almost instantly and uniformly over the entire surface area, regardless of size. A wide range of light transmission levels is available.
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