Low Emissivity Energy-Saving Glass
Low-Emissivity Energy-Saving Glass is produced by vacuum sputtering coating equipment. In the process of vacuum
sputtering coating, the surface will have a thin-film metal layer combined by metal and electrolyte, which is the so-called coating layer. General energy of sunlight has 51.2% energy in the infrared ray, has 46.8% energy in visible light and has approximately 2% in the ultraviolet and other rays. The metal film of Low-E glass is the most vital point to block the infrared ray and the ultraviolet ray of sunlight. In 380nm-780nm visible light area, the light transmittance is good so it ensures the great lightness.
- Lighting for building exterior: doors, windows, curtain walls and villas
- Industrial products: hospital, airport, roadway, surrounding buildings close to train tracks
- Indoor space: office, meeting room, compartments of house
- Household furniture: freezer