Six-Pack is an architectural insulation system that provides much more than just thermal comfort.
Six-Pack conditions a space’s light, texture, and atmosphere to create a pleasing environment every day of the year. The system uses cells filled with an organic phase-change material to passively absorb and release heat.
As the phase-change material (or PCM) melts and solidifies, it cycles from a clear liquid to a waxy, crystalline solid with an appealing translucency.
A Six-Pack is made from a stamped aluminum bracket and thermoformed plastic cells, then fastened to off-the-shelf steel rods or cables with standard hardware.
Cells can be specified by volume, opacity, or form to meet performance requirements and aesthetic desires.
Six-Pack is the result of a rigorous design process, and draws from each iteration’s best features.
Six-Pack’s materials and assembly make it easily recyclable, including the PCM inside.