Low E Glass

Low E Glass 2017-06-07T13:19:21-07:00

Low-Emittance (Low-E) is a term used for a surface that radiates, or emits, low levels of radiant energy. Low E Glass is most commonly used in architectural windows to reflect radiant energy. This coated material helps to reduce heat loss but allows the room to be warmed by any sunshine. Low E glass also helps to eliminate the transmission of degrading UV rays.  Most of the Low-E glass supplied by JNS Glass & Coatings is used in the foodservice industry for applications such as ovens.

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Current brand of Low E Glass inventoried by JNS is Comfort Select™ 73.  Comfort Select™ 73 is a durable sputter-coated low-emissivity glass that provides passive solar gain resulting in year-round cost savings. Designed for use on the #3 surface, Comfort Select 73 offers a U-value of 0.29 and solar heat gain coefficient (SHGC) of 0.73, maximizing energy efficiency in the colder Northern region climates, where heating is dominant and the greatest energy concern.

Comfort Select™ Data Sheet

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