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1600 PowerWall™ Curtain Wall System

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CESTM, SUNY, NY, USA; Cannon Design, NY, USA 1600 PowerWall™ Detail
CESTM, SUNY, NY, USA; Cannon Design, NY, USA
Center for Environmental Sciences and Technology Management (CESTM), State University of New York (SUNY), NY, USA; Cannon Design, NY, USA
Aquatic Center Entrance Canopy, Callaway Student Athletic Center, Georgia Institute of Technology, GA, USA; Rosser-Fabrap, GA, USA
Cofrin Hall Academic Center, University of Wisconsin, WI, USA; (HOK) Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum, Inc., MO, USA
1600 PowerWall™ Detail
1600 PowerWall™ Detail

Product Specifications

Energy conservation. Environmental awareness. Economy. Aesthetics. Today's building owners, architects and occupants want it all. And 1600 PowerWall™ — an integrated curtain wall system that produces electrical energy from the power of sunlight — provides a solution.
 
1600 PowerWall™ integrates Kawneer's 1600 Wall System™ with polycrystalline cell or amorphous silicon thin film PV technology in glass laminates — designed specifically for integrating with curtain wall products. These PV cells can also be combined with 1600 Sloped Glazing to create 1600 PowerSlope™

Key Features Include:
 
  • A reliable source of energy that is silent, pollution free, without moving parts, easily installed and easily maintained
  • Reduces both energy purchase requirements and carbon and overall environmental footprints
  • Polycrystalline and thin film PV laminates that typically provide at least 90% of rated power for 10 years and 80% for 20 years
  • Fully compatible with Kawneer's range of inside/outside glazed 1600 Wall Systems®
  • Can be incorporated into vertical and sloped glazing applications 
  • Available in a range of sizes compatible with building requirements 
  • Installed with standard glazing procedures and equipment 
  • Easy maintenance

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