Low-e double glazing



Windows play a crucial role in heat reflection, absorption, and transfer. Low E coatings are designed to optimize window performance. The term "Low E" stands for “Low Emissivity”, which refers to a surface emitting minimal radiant heat. By integrating a Low E coating, a glass window can minimize heat transfer, ensuring your space remains warm during winter and cool during summer.

This transparent coating is incredibly thin, making it virtually invisible. Its primary function is to enhance thermal performance by filtering ultraviolet and infrared light, without affecting the amount of visible light that passes through. By reflecting radiant heat, Low E coatings can significantly reduce the heating and cooling expenses of your property.

Key Benefits

  • Enhanced Heat Retention: Compared to double glazed windows without Low E Glass.
  • Compliance with Building Standards: Meets the NZ Building Code's energy performance standards for windows.
  • Cost-Efficient: Reduces both heating and cooling expenses.
  • Minimized Condensation: The internal pane remains warmer, reducing condensation.
  • Optimal Comfort: Ensures warmth during winter and coolness during summer.
  • Healthier Living Space: Offers reduced condensation, improved warmth, and a drier environment.
  • Protection Against Fading: Shields fabrics, carpets, and furniture from the sun’s UV rays.
  • Crystal Clear Views: The Low E coating maintains the glass's clarity.

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