NEW! InfernoShield™ Non-Combustible Insulated Glazing Panels

InfernoShield™ is a new non-combustible insulated glazing panel designed to provide superior fire performance when installed in window, glazing, and curtain wall systems. InfernoShield panels create a highly decorative and durable surface with exceptional fire performance properties.

InfernoShield panels are constructed of a Calcium Silicate core, sandwiched between extruded profile stabilizers with a finished aluminum sheet on each face. The finished product has a 1 in. overall thickness, provides an R-Value of 2.14 per in., and weighs 2.77 lbs./sq. ft.

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  • Multiple finish options including PVDF/Kynar 500®, Polyester, or Anodized
  • Available in smooth or stucco-embossed finishes
  • Fits into standard 1 in. glazing pockets and curtain wall systems
  • Available in stock sheets and cut-to-size


  • Meets non-combustible requirements of IBC Section 703.5
  • Non-combustible panel composition eliminates the need to meet NFPA 285 requirements
  • Zero flame spread per ASTM E84
  • Class-A per ASTM E84
  • Lightweight—up to 40% lighter than other non-combustible in-fill panels
  • Provides R-Value comparable to a typical 1 in. insulated glass unit
  • Up to 30-year finish warranty
  • 5-year panel construction warranty


  • Curtain walls
  • Window systems
  • Window replacement
  • Opaque glazing
  • Storefronts
  • In-fill panels
  • High-rise and commercial construction

Available Colors

Click here to view our full selection of standard colors. Custom colors are available upon request.

Installation Systems

InfernoShield panels are lightweight, easy to handle, and quick to install. This is the perfect solution for fitting into 1-inch insulating glass curtain walls and storefront extruded molding systems. Panels can be fabricated on-site using standard carpentry tools or factory-cut to meet your exact specifications.

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