SGG Planilaque – Glass as a Writing Board
Saint-Gobain Glass is redefining the way writing boards are being used across conference rooms in corporate. As a writing medium, glass is taking precedence over traditionally used boards.
This is because glass is not just easy to write on, but also maintenance-free, thanks to its glossy surface. SGG Planilaque, the lacquered glass, has all the pre-requisites that make writing on boards, a smooth and hassle-free experience.
SGG Planilaque, as a glass for writing boards, can be easily installed. While its counterparts are affected by external atmospheric conditions, Planilaque is moisture-resistant and hence ensures the same consistency in results. It has a scratch-resistant surface that makes it largely unaffected by the frequent writing and erasing. Moreover, Planilaque has lacquer on one side of the glass, which adds significantly to the durability factor and prevents it from any kind of damage.
As a new-age glass, Planilaque underlines Saint-Gobain’s commitment to environment sustainability. It is free from lead and has very negligible amounts of VOC, copper, formaldehyde and arsenic. This makes it an eco-friendly glass that is safe for health, a crucial parameter considering that the board is used by a large number of people.
The functional aspect aside, Planilaque is highly preferred for its ability to enhance the look and feel of a writing board. A coloured glass , it comes in 5 extra shades and combining a couple of colours can add great visual value. Office spaces that opt for a sober & sophisticated look can go in for Planilaque Extra White, which makes for the perfect choice as a glass for white boards.
SGG Planilaque, with its fine finish, easy to clean surface and glossy, glamorous looks, is the ideal interactive writing board. It is where random thoughts will now find pride of place, and so will brainstorm sessions. With its list of advantages, SGG Planilaque not just scores over other marker boards, but also helps take the boredom away from boardrooms.