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Guardian Glass Introduces New UL Product Lens Certification

Guardian Glass is the first float glass manufacturer to achieve UL Product Lens Certification, covering three global product categories: uncoated float glass; sputter, or vacuum, coated float glass, including Commercial SunGuard and residential ClimaGuard products; and UltraMirror products, say company officials.

UL’s Product Lens program was developed to address the needs of architects and designers seeking greater material transparency throughout the building product lifecycle. Guardian is excited to offer its customers third party certified data for its glass products based on an established assessment methodology scheme to help them meet the strict requirements of green building program requirements such as LEED v4.1. The Product Lens Certification for Guardian Glass products will enable customers to make informed decisions based on credible information that is transparent and easy to understand

“The Guardian Africa, Middle East and India teams had previously collaborated with UL to achieve Product Lens Certification for glass products manufactured in those regions,” says Coleen Dykstra, Guardian Glass global product stewardship manager. “Utilizing our market-Based management framework, a global team was able to leverage that work along with the Cradle-to-Cradle certifications achieved by the European region to substantiate the expansion of those certifications to create the UL Product Lens reports covering these three global product categories.

Guardian chose this third-party, verified program because UL’s Product Lens Certification adds context and clarity by offering greater transparency throughout the product lifecycle. The addition of the Product Lens Certifications to its portfolio of sustainability tools enhances Guardian’s commitment to fully supporting its customers in their pursuit to design and construct of innovative green certified buildings.

For more information, visit the Guardian Glass Product Lens page UL Spot.