Vetrotech Saint-Gobain North America announced it published a Health Product Declaration (HPD) for its Keralite glass-ceramic and Contraflam fire-resistant glazing products for which fire-rated applications from 20 to 180 minutes are required.

The new HPD is compliant with the Health Product Declaration Standard v2.0, through which manufacturers systematically disclose product ingredients, making it the first fire-rated glass HPD under the new version, according to the company. The distribution of the HPD provides architects, commercial real estate developers, construction site owners, general contractors, glaziers and other specifiers with full disclosure of ecological transparency in terms of product ingredients.

Vetrotech partnered with Sustainable Solutions Corp., an advisor for the development of sustainability programs, to facilitate and validate their HPDs.