Low Emissivity (Low E) glass is a special invisible coating, bonded to the glass inside the double-glazing unit and greatly enhances the insulating performance by as much as an additional 60% compared to standard double glazing.
- Heat loss reduction
- Reflects heat back into the home
- Reduces Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC)* (overheating your home)
- Maintain high lift admission
- Insulate from outside weather
Our BAL40 window and door products incorporate the low-e technology from Viridian. Contact to us to find out more about the aluplast BAL40 range and how they are designed to withstand Australia’s harshest conditions, particularly those Australian homes that are located in areas prone to bushfire attack.
* SHGC – measures how well a window blocks heat from the sun. Therefore, the lower the SHGC, the lower the amount of heat gain. SHGC ratings are shown as a number between 0 and 1. The lower the number, the better the window is blocking solar heat. The SHGC should be as low as possible while the light admission should be as high as possible.