Investors jumped onboard ClearVue in Monday trade on news the smart building material company can sell its high-tech solar window in the European Union after receiving certification of its solar window product to European Standard.
EN 14351-1:2006+A2:2016 is the mandatory minimum specification for windows and doors sold and used in the EU.
The testing and certification of the ClearVue window product for the European market means ClearVue can launch into key European markets with confidence that European window manufacturers and fabricators – ClearVue’s potential licensees, will themselves be confident that they can easily make and sell the ClearVue solar window product in their own markets,” said ClearVue Executive Chairman Victor Rosenberg.
Testing and certification was carried out by The Institute for Testing and Certification at Zlín in the Czech Republic through accredited test laboratory Intertek Testing Services Ltd in Shanghai China.
Testing was carried out to verify ClearVue’s window products for sale and use in the European Union, in terms of resistance to wind load, watertightness, air permeability and impact resistance. All of the tests were certified as passed.
Meanwhile, ClearVue continues its Australian AS 4284 testing and certification on the Company’s glass curtain wall product with results expected to be provided to the market in August 2018.
ClearVue’s US testing and certification is expected to begin next quarter as previously announced.
Shares in ClearVue were trading 2c, or 6%, higher at 36.5c on Monday.