ComfortSuper-cooled interiors and over-heated rooms are both uncomfortable environments to be in.
Design with solar glassThe trend today is towards design-oriented façades, which require new designs in solar control glass.
EcologyWherever energy is saved – whether by reducing the amount of cooling power used or artificial lighting - the environment also benefits as a result.
EconomyLarge window and façade surfaces allow plenty of light to penetrate deep into a building’s interior, thereby avoiding excessive use of artificial lighting.
Our product: SunGuardRegardless of what the building’s architectural or building physical requirements are, the broad SunGuard® glass range can provide an optimum transparent solution.
Sun protection in summerModern insulated glass allows short-wave solar radiation to pass through without hindrance, but the majority of long-wave heat radiation is reflected back to the interior.
Large window and façade surfaces allow plenty of light to penetrate deep into a building’s interior, thereby avoiding excessive use of artificial lighting.
Despite this light penetration, one decisive benefit of using sun protection glass is the huge number of options now available for minimising the amount of heat energy that penetrates a building, limiting the significant costs associated with air conditioning, as it costs much more to cool the interior of a building than to heat it.