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BUGBEAT Absorbent Stone
Thai Techno Glass Co., Ltd.
Absorbent stone cubes that are used to functionalize scent oils for interior use. The small cubes are created from waste scrap glass from the glazing industry that is combined with a small amount of soda ash (about 1 wt%). The waste silica is compacted and heated to fuse the material into highly porous bricks that are then cut to size.
Strong, rigid composite sheets designed for use in structural applications. The sheets are fabricated by weaving leftover fibers from the composite industry (including glass fibers) to form high strength elements.
Decorative glass containers made of colored swirls that can create unique designs inside the glass. This technology consists of partial and random coloration of the glass during its formation process and guarantees a zero-defect result with a perfect homogeneity of the glass surface, offering high-quality products with unique renderings.
A ‘nanomaterial’, quantum dots, that harvest sunlight for electricity without sacrificing aesthetics. These advanced materials are based on benign elements like copper, zinc, and sulfur, as opposed to the more commonly known toxic ones made from cadmium, lead, or phosphorus. They have low-self-absorption and high-efficiency near-infrared emission, which enable a solar window product.
A decorative glass collection with a crackled burned-wood texture inspired by the ancient Japanese technique that is typically used for preserving construction timber by charring its surface. This ancient technique uses charring wood as a means of preserving it without the need of additional painting or sealing, an aspect leading to the current revival of this technique in eco-friendly architecture.