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Enhance Energy Efficiency Low-E glass (Low-E glass) is an advanced glass material that can drastically increase building energy efficiency. Thanks to its special metal coating that reflects most infrared energy away, Low-E glass prevents most heat transfer; in winter this means reduced heat loss while keeping indoor temperatures comfortably warm; while summer blocks solar heat and reduces cooling loads. By decreasing air conditioning and heating needs significantly and cooling loads more effectively reducing consumption costs associated with air conditioning/heating units effectively providing more sustainable solutions than before.
Low-emissivity glass not only boasts superior thermal insulation properties, but can also protect from indoor environmental hazards. Its coating blocks penetration of ultraviolet rays that fade furniture, floors and decorative items. As a result, this helps prolong item's lives as well as preserve aesthetics of interior decors. Furthermore, low-emissivity glass also features excellent soundproofing properties, helping create more peaceful living conditions in which to reside.
Low-emissivity glass has long been considered an integral component of green buildings, being employed in various sustainable design projects including commercial buildings, houses, schools and medical facilities. Due to its excellent energy performance and energy efficiency capabilities, low-e glass allows buildings to reduce dependence on nonrenewable energy sources while decreasing carbon emissions, contributing toward environmental protection while creating healthier living and working conditions that protect people as well as our planet. This advanced glass material creates healthier working and living spaces.
Low-E glass maximizes the use of natural light, giving the building a bright and pleasant interior environment. Its special coating is highly light-transmitting, allowing most of the visible light to pass through, reducing the need for interior lighting. This not only provides plenty of natural light, but also creates a comfortable and pleasant space atmosphere. By maximizing the use of natural light, low-e glass not only enhances the occupants' visual experience, but also further reduces energy consumption.
The main difference between a Low E glass and an ordinary glass is that Low E glass has a very thin coating applied to one side of the glass.
Absolutely! Low-e glass options are definitely worth the investment.
Low-E is a fully clear window coating. It differs from tinted glass, which blocks light but does not reduce heat transfer. So if you choose to add a low-e coating to your replacement windows, you won't sacrifice visibility for energy efficiency.