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 Six-Pack is an architectural insulation system that provides much more than just thermal comfort.

Six-Pack

Beautiful Insulation

 Six-Pack is an architectural insulation system that provides much more than just thermal comfort.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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 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.

Six-Pack’s materials and assembly make it easily recyclable, including the PCM inside.

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