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By using thinner glass and reducing weight, CO2 emissions are reduced, less fuel is used, improving environmental performance
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Reduces weight of windshields, side and backlites by 35% when compared to the use of standard glass thicknesses (ref: 1.2 m2 WSC, 2.8mm glass thickness vs 3.7mm glass thickness - PVB not included)
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Enables fuel savings and decreases CO2 emissions by reducing weight and using thinner glass (typically 0.1 g of CO2 per saved kilogram and kilometer driven)
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For windshields, use of thinner outer and inner glass sheets lead to a weight reduction of about 4 kg per windshield vs. standard configuration (ref: 1.2 m2 WSC, 2.8mm glass thickness vs 3.7mm glass thickness - PVB not included)
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For side windows and backlites : thicknesses down to 2.85mm are available, resulting in weight reduction of 0.8 kg/m² vs standard glass thickness (3.15mm).
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