Tinted and façade glass
Silverstar Combi Neutral 41/21, copyright Euroglas
Euroglas, division of GlasTrösch, both of Germany, introduced Silverstar Combi Neutral 40/21 and Silver Start Selekt T.
Silverstar Combi Neutral 41/21, reflective, blue tinted glass, provides enhanced light transmittance with low energy transmittance, according to a company release. In most cases, the 48 percent radiation absorption eliminates the need for the glazing to be tempered, according to the release. As a double insulating glass with an argon gas filling, the product has a G-value of 22 percent as per standard EN 410, and prevents interior room heating. It has a UG-value of 1.1 watts per square meter Kelvin, providing thermal insulation in winter. Applications include large expanses of building façades or glass roofs, among others.
Silverstar Selekt T façade glazing offers thermal insulation, a high level of light transmittance and basic solar control, according to the release. It has excellent thermal insulation properties and a low G-value. Thermal treatment makes the product more resistant to cracking, and it can be used wherever safety glass is required. The delivery times are shortened within the process chain as the toughened safety glass plant can hold pre-coated stock sizes in the warehouse and cut it to size, according to the release Light transmittance of 70 percent provides a high level of daylight utilization within the building, and the G-value of 42 percent, according to EN 410, offers effective solar control. The product suits a range of potential applications from large façade surface areas to smaller-scale conservatories.
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