|Energy conservation, maximum daylight transmittance and minimal reflectance are the benefits of Low-Emissivity coated glass. |
Sealed within an INSULITE unit, Low-Emissivity coatings substantially improve the unit energy efficiency by selectively transmitting the sun visible light (short-wave radiation) while reflecting a mojority of radiant heat (long-wave infrared radiation). In cold weather conditions, both coatings transmit the sun energy while it retains radiant heat inside the building. In warm weather conditions, the sun high angle results in an increase of exterior radiant heat. The coatings reflect the radiant heat thus reducing heat gain into the building.
Additional thermal insulation and sound transmittance reduction can be achieved through special gas-filling in the INSULITE units.
Aesthetically, Low-Emissivity coatings appear transparent from the interior and similar to uncoated glass on the exterior. The Low-Emissivity coating is applied to glass substrate through state-of-the-art magnetically enhanced vacuum deposition (sputtering) technology.
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