With its steel blue-gray appearance and high levels of visible light transmittance, Solarban® z75 low-e glass excels at controlling glare while offering superior solar control properties to support sustainable design. The result is a visible light transmittance (VLT) and a low solar heat gain coefficient (SHGC) that meets or exceeds competing architectural glasses with a similar aesthetic.
Following its proven performance on the international market, Solarban® z75 glass was recently released for distribution in North America. Solarban® z75 glass has a SHGC of 0.24 and VLT of 48 percent, which combine to yield a light-to-solar gain (LSG) ratio of 2.00 in a standard 1-inch insulating glass unit (IGU) with clear glass. These exceptional solar control characteristics make Solarban® z75 glass an excellent choice for warmer climate zones with high cooling costs.
With interior reflectance levels below 10 percent, Solarban® z75 glass provides building occupants with clear, natural outdoor views. Similarly, because of its neutral color, Solarban® z75 glass harmonizes well with other clear and color-neutral solar control low-e glasses, such as Solarban® 67 glass and Solarban® R100 glass.
Review the Solarban® z75 glass product data sheet for detailed performance data.
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