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Energy - Low-e Solar control glass
The Energy range can be described as a Low-e Solar Control range, perfectly combining the performances of low-emissivity products with the characteristics of solar control products. It ensures a good thermal insulation, allows plenty of natural light into the building, but it helps to avoid the penetration of excess heat. It is suitable for all weather conditions, as it effectively controls heat gain in the summer and keeps warmth inside the building during the winter.
- It provides a high thermal insulation which has a positive impact on energy savings, comfort and the environment.
- It reduces the cost of air conditioning and heating, while offering the highest level of natural light.
Especially suitable for residential applications
|4| - 14 Ar 90% - 4 - 14 Ar 90% - |4||60||29||21||39||0.45||0.6|
|4| - 15 Ar 90% - 4||65||26||19||43||0.49||1.0|
|4| - 16 Ar 90% - 4 - 16 Ar 90% - |4||57||30||23||37||0.42||0.5|
|6| - 15 Ar 90% - 44.2||64||26||25||42||0.48||1.0|
LT: Light Transmission; LR: Light Reflection; UV: Ultraviolet transmission; EA: Energy Absorption; SF: Solar Factor.
- The | symbol indicates the position of the solar-control coating.
- The ¦ symbol indicates the position of a low-emissivity coating (iplus Top 1.1).
- The ! Symbol indicates the position of a low-emissivity coating (Planibel G)
The data are calculated using spectral measurements that are conform to standards EN 410 (1998).
The tolerance of published data with respect to photometric properties is +/- 3 points.
The U-value (formerly k-value) is calculated according to standard EN 673.
The emissivity measurement complies with standards EN 673 (Annex A) and EN 12898. The U-value tolerance is +/- 0.1W/(m²K).
This information is no evaluation of the risk of glass breakage due to thermal stress.