Low-E Glass: What is Low-E, and how does it

Low-E Glass: What is Low-E, and how does it banner

How Energy Saving Low-E Replacement Windows Work.

Low-E coatings allow most natural light to enter freely, but reflect a significant portion of long and short wave heat energy.

In the summer, long-wave heat energy radiating from objects is reflected back outside, protecting your carpets & furniture inside as well as keeping your home more comfortable.

In winter, internal long-wave heat energy is reflected back inside, lowering heating costs and keeping your home more comfortable.

How Energy Saving Low-E Replacement Windows Work Diagram

How Is Low-E Made?

Soft coat Low-E, or sputter coating, is applied in multiple layers of optically transparent silver sandwiched between layers of metal oxide in a vacuum chamber. This process provides the highest level of performance and a nearly invisible coating.

What Does Argon Gas Do?

Argon gas is an inert gas found in our atmosphere. It is a large molecule therefore it doesn’t move very fast. Injected between the hermetically sealed double glass pane unit it acts as a blanket helping to eliminate the transfer of cold, heat, & noise.

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