US 9,810,017 B2
Glazing perimeter anticondensation coating technology
Keith James Burrows, Mineral Point, WI (US)
Assigned to Cardinal CG Company, Eden Prairie, MN (US)
Filed by Cardinal CG Company, Eden Prairie, MN (US)
Filed on Dec. 15, 2015, as Appl. No. 14/969,397.
Prior Publication US 2017/0167188 A1, Jun. 15, 2017
Int. Cl. E06B 7/12 (2006.01); E06B 3/66 (2006.01); E06B 3/677 (2006.01); E06B 3/67 (2006.01); C03C 17/245 (2006.01); C03C 17/34 (2006.01); E06B 9/24 (2006.01)
CPC E06B 7/12 (2013.01) [C03C 17/2453 (2013.01); C03C 17/3411 (2013.01); C03C 17/3435 (2013.01); E06B 3/6612 (2013.01); E06B 3/677 (2013.01); E06B 3/6715 (2013.01); E06B 9/24 (2013.01); C03C 2217/94 (2013.01); C03C 2217/948 (2013.01); C03C 2218/32 (2013.01); C03C 2218/322 (2013.01); E06B 2009/2464 (2013.01)] 36 Claims
OG exemplary drawing
 
1. A glass pane having a transparent electrically conductive coating on a surface of the glass pane, such that the glass pane has a coated surface, the coated surface having a central region and a perimeter region, the transparent electrically conductive coating being present on both the central region and the perimeter region, the transparent electrically conductive coating having a higher electrical conductivity at the central region than it does at the perimeter region, such that the transparent electrically conductive coating has electrical conductivity at both the central region and the perimeter region but the electrical conductivity at the central region is higher than the electrical conductivity at the perimeter region, whereby the transparent electrically conductive coating is configured to mitigate condensation at the perimeter region.