Daylighting Design

The Design and Layout of Daylighting Is Everything

Not controlling glare is one of the most common failures of daylighting systems. Just adding daylighting is not enough, it must be well designed. The usage and requirements of the room, the position, angle and location of the building versus the sun are all important aspects to consider. With poor design you get glare, hot spots, and reduced functionality and lower productivity and performance from employees, customers or your occupants.

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Comparison of Two Different Styles of Polycarbonate Panel Systems

September 29, 2011

Comparison of the Quadwall System to a Typical Tongue & Groove 40mm Polycarbonate glazing CPI Daylighting offers a superior performing polycarbonate skylight or wall system than their competitors. This fact sheet compares the Quad Wall System to other products head to head in all categories. Quadwall-Comparison Read more

Retrofit Skylights

September 28, 2011

Many fiberglass skylights are failing and need replaced Many architects, contractors, insurance adjusters, engineers, forensics specialists and building maintenance people are discovering the deterioration of fiberglass skylights. Fiberglass is protected from the suns damaging UV rays by a gel coat. Unfortunately, the gel coat only lasts 10-15 years and then the fiberglass begins to fall apart, allowing water and debris ... Read more

CPI Daylighting

September 22, 2011

Polycarbonate translucent panel systems for skylights, top lights, or canopies CPI pioneered the use of polycarbonate translucent panel systems for architectural use more than two decades ago, and has followed up by driving daylighting innovation with specialized architectural products. CPI can be your sole source for Daylighting, ranging from translucent polycarbonate panels to Controlled Intelligent Daylighting; ... Read more