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Toughenable glass with a neutral appearance
With the aim to efficiently functionalise glass surfaces, AGC has engineered a toughenable solar control coating on clear float which combines a high light transmission (LT = 60%) and low solar factor (SF = 37%) with improved safety.
Due to its highly neutral aesthetics and high level of colour rendering, this high performance coated glass is a natural choice for architects.
This coating must be heat-treated to reach its final performances and aesthetics.
|6| - 12 Air - 6||59||14||39||37||0.43||1.5|
|6| - 12 Ar 90% - 6||59||14||39||37||0.43||1.2|
|6| - 15 Ar 90% - 4||60||14||38||37||0.42||1.0|
|6| - 15 Ar 90% - 6||59||14||39||37||0.42||1.0|
|6| - 16 Ar 90% - 4||60||14||37||37||0.43||1.0|
|6| - 16 Ar 90% - 4||60||14||38||37||0.42||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.