Glass coating reduces glare, increases savings

August 02, 2008 |

Low-e glass coating provides a neutral appearance with minimal glare while allowing an efficient amount of daylight to flood interior spaces. SuperNeutral 54 allows 54% light transmission and has a solar heat gain coefficient of 0.28, meaning it blocks 72% of solar energy. According to an independent survey, the coating can save as much as $4/sf of glazing in construction and ongoing energy costs compared to traditional low-e glass.

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