Tuesday, 26 November 2019

Energy-saving Technologies

Energy-saving glass is obtained by applying low-emission optical coatings to its surface. Therefore, the glass itself with such a coating is called low-emission.

Energy-saving Glass
Energy-saving Glass
Such coatings allow the passage of short-wave, solar radiation into the room, but prevents the long-wave heat radiation - for example, from a heating device - from leaving the room. Therefore, low-emission glass is also called selective.

The characteristic of energy-saving is the emissivity of glass. The coefficient of thermal radiation is a characteristic of the surface, not the whole body, and it is the same physical characteristic, such as density, melting point, etc.

The multifunctional energy-saving solar glass combines the sun protection function, high heat-saving coefficient, and good light transmission characteristics.

Multifunctional Glasses
Multifunctional Glasses
Multifunctional energy-saving glass (winter-summer), due to its properties, provides protection from the heat in the summer and heat preservation in the winter in the room and is an order of magnitude more effective than ordinary Low-E energy-saving glass.

The products of well-known companies are durable coated glass, which also requires less cleaning and provides greater transparency during and after rain compared to ordinary float glass. This coating has good scratch resistance and long service life, and in most cases, it can be treated like an ordinary float glass.

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