Low E glass
Low-E glass has a thin, transparent coating applied to the inside of the interior side of the glass, reflecting the interior temperatures back inside to reduce energy loss through the glass and maintain indoor temperatures
There are 3 kinds of light that goes in the building or house:
- The Ultraviolet light which causes interior materials such as fabrics to fade
- Visible light
- Infrared Light which is transmitted as heat into the building or house.
Low-E coatings have been developed to minimize the amount of ultraviolet and infrared light that can pass through glass without compromising the amount of visible light that is transmitted.
In other words, low-e glass reflects infrared and UV rays from the sun back out to keep your building cool in hot weather, and blocks warm air from your HVAC system from escaping through the glass to keep your building warm in cold weather.
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