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Toughenable magnetron-coated glass with a slight dark blue tint
Protecting people from the sun is the principal function of this toughenable coating which offers high solar protection and excellent light and energy performance. Sought after by architects for its low interior and exterior light reflection, this body tinted green glass is a natural choice for glass processors looking for adapted logistical solutions.
Why? Its coating can withstand the toughening process, enabling glass processors the flexibility to process the glass as they want so they can offer customers options as this glass can be curved or enamelled.
This coating must be heat-treated to reach its final performances and aesthetics.
|6| - 12 Air - 6||48||8||67||30||0.34||1.5|
|6| - 12 Ar 90% - 6||48||8||67||29||0.33||1.2|
|6| - 15 Air - 6||48||8||67||29||0.33||1.3|
|6| - 15 Ar 90% - 4||48||8||66||28||0.33||1.0|
|6| - 15 Ar 90% - 6||48||8||67||28||0.33||1.0|
|6| - 16 Ar 90% - 4||47||8||67||27||0.31||1.0|
|6| - 16 Ar 90% - 4||48||8||66||28||0.33||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.