Until now, to combine solar control and Low-E thermal performance in a single glass, you had to use a sputtered (or soft-coat) glass, and that could mean problems like special handling, edge deletion, limited shelf life and inconsistent aesthetics, as well as design constraints due to bendability and size limitations.
But now, there’s a new choice: Pilkington Solar E Glass, the world’s first pyrolytic color neutral solar control Low-E glass. Manufactured with an integral pyrolytic surface, Pilkington Solar E Glass is easily handled. It offers consistent, color-neutral aesthetics, even after tempering. And it has an unlimited shelf life, so it’s readily available when and where you need it.
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