SunGuard® High Performance

Year-round performance and beauty

The SunGuard® High Performance series combines solar protection and thermal insulation, offering an all-season solution. Enjoy exceptional design flexibility and unique visual options and choose from a range of solar heat gain and thermal insulation levels. Superior energy efficiency makes this series a smart choice for a wide variety of climate conditions—especially where air conditioning is used. It helps to save on energy and meet or exceed energy regulation requirements.

All-season performance

Solar protection and thermal insulation for four-season climates

Variety of light transmissions available

Find one that matches your climate and design


Reflects heat at the microscopic level

Unique range of colours and reflections

to bring your ideas to life

Many options

SunGuard High Performance, as well as many other SunGuard products, may be customized to meet your project’s unique requirements. For example, it is available on laminated or tempered glass to meet safety, security and acoustic standards. Its easy-to-use design also means that it can be curved, heat-treated (or not) and does not require deleting edges.

Available on laminated glass

for safety, security and acoustic applications


Can be tempered, heat strengthened or bent with single product

Easy to process

Does not require edge deletion


The High Performance series is available in a variety of products, all of which create striking statements of light and colour while earning LEED® points and controlling energy costs.

SunGuard® High Performance

Titan 70/54

Clear exterior appearance, 70% light transmission, 54% solar factor

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Our High Performance series is found on architectural glazing, windows and skylights, from the Astana Expo to the Hamburg Philharmonic. These buildings reflect heat at the microscopic level, season after season. Make it part of your next landmark.



Moscow, Russia

The «Evolution» Tower of the Moscow International Business Center (MIBC) also known as «Moscow City» is one of the brightest samples of landmark architecture in the Russian capital. This skyscraper is unique thanks to the balancing adjustment of its reinforced concrete framing, as it presupposes significant displacement of huge masses.


Convention and Exhibition Centre


Saint-Petersburg, Russia

Expoforum is a Convention and Exhibition Centre, that was opened in Saint-Petersburg in October 2014. The concept of the project and the architectural design of the center were developed by leading architectural bureaus, such as «Gerasimov and partners», «NPS Tchoban voss», «SPEECH Tchoban & Kuznetsov». They managed to create an image that embodies laconism of the cutting-edge trends in architecture, and at the same time to render the unique spirit and charm of Saint-Petersburg.


Residential complex


Kiev, Ukraine

Sherwood is a residential complex of highest European standards. It is located virtually in the center of Kiev, in an environmentally friendly area of the city, which is a mixed pine and oak forest. The 24-storeyed building is remarkable for its ingenious façade, which has panoramic glazing and decorative overlays, stylized to resemble tree branches.



Saint Petersburg

Saint Petersburg, Russia

«Saint Petersburg» stadium is located at the site, previously occupied by the Kirov stadium and looks like a huge spaceship. The arena, put into use in December, 2016, is equipped with a draw out-mounted field and a sliding roof, which lies on 8 masts and is 286 meters in diameter.



HYATT Regency

Moscow, Russia

The Hyatt Regency Moscow is located in Petrovsky Park in the center of the Russian capital. It comprises 298 rooms, whose windows face either the Moscow International Business Center (MIBC), also known as «Moscow City», or the green area of Petrovsky Park.


Sports complex

SKA hockey club

Saint Petersburg, Russia

A brand-new sports complex of SKA hockey club is located in the eastern suburb of Saint-Petersburg. Member teams of the Continental hockey league and Youth hockey league also train and compete here, and the rest of the time the ice arena is used for public skating or events of various sorts. The facility is remarkable for its original design. From the outside diagonal blazing strokes form a star against the background of the matted “ice” façade.


Glass visualiser

The Guardian Glass visualiser dynamically generates photo-realistic images of both exterior and interior glazing views. It allows the user to evaluate the aesthetic properties of virtually any glass application. Just choose the glass you want to visualise, select the building and perspective that suits you and watch how various sky conditions affect the appearance of the glass.