Bendheim Introduces the “Jelly Bean” Glass Collection
“The ‘Jelly Bean’ Collection responds to current design trends favoring combinations of bright colors and daylight to create soothing, uplifting and stimulating environments,” said Donald Jayson, Sr. Vice President of Bendheim. “At the same time, the glass is highly functional and technologically advanced, offering years of UV protection and enhanced thermal control.”
The fire-polished “Jelly Bean” laminated glasses meet building safety codes, are stable, fade-resistant, and easy to maintain. The colored interlayers reduce solar energy transmittance, preventing heat build-up. They screen out up to 99% of damaging UV rays, helping minimize color fading of fabrics and furnishings. Installed in facades, the “Jelly Bean” Glass Collection helps control solar heat gain and reduces cooling loads.
Carefully selected from hundreds of hues, the collection offers a taste of Bendheim’s advanced custom color capabilities. All colors are VOC-free and have undergone vigorous testing to ensure long-term stability. Custom product options include a virtually unlimited number of transparent, translucent (opal), and opaque hues and surface alternatives, including etched, etched patterns, and surface textures.
The “Jelly Bean” Glass Collection can be specified for partitions, stair railings, balustrades, canopies, ceilings, doors, windows, and curtainwalls, or any area requiring safety, security, and durability.
The glass is offered in 5/16” approx. thickness and sheet sizes up to 60” by 120”. For more information and samples, please contact your local Bendheim representative.
Bendheim, the resource for specialty glass since 1927, offers more than 2,000 decorative glass types in stock and unlimited custom design solutions. The third-generation, family-owned company develops, imports, and distributes its products worldwide. Bendheim maintains production facilities in New Jersey and an extensive showroom in Tribeca, New York City. Bendheim is the exclusive importer of Lamberts mouth-blown and channel glasses in North America.
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