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Solar Control - Pilkington

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Solar Control - Barriers to the Sun Intensive research over several decades has equipped the float process with ingenious ways of controlling solar energy for greater comfort and economy. Ingredients can readily be added to the melter to control the wavelength and percentage of radiation transmitted or absorbed by the finished product.

Solar control - Pilkington

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Solar control Reducing heat from the sun. It is important to note that angled roof lights provide a benefit in energy efficiency since they gain more from the free heat provided by the sun than vertical windows.

Solar Control - Pilkington

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Solar Control The last decade has seen significant improvements in the design and application of solar control glazings in vehicles. The major drivers are passenger comfort, minimising the degrading effects of the sun's radiation on interior trims and fabrics, and improving fuel consumption by lowering the load on the vehicle's air-conditioning unit.

Solar Control - Pilkington

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Solar Control Glass The increased use of glass in architecture today makes it imperative to consider the comfort of a building's occupants. Solar control glass can be an attractive feature of a building whilst at the same time minimising, or even eliminating the need for an air conditioning system, reducing running costs of the building and saving energy.

Solar control - Pilkington

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By reducing the solar gain with solar control glass the air conditioning plant can be smaller and cheaper to run. The savings more than offset the additional cost of solar control glass. 16 What does it look like? There is a range of colours and degrees of reflectivity. Solar control glass can even look similar to uncoated glass with a neutral ...

Solar Control Glass - Pilkington

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Solar control glass is a hi-tech product developed by the glass industry to allow sunlight to pass through a window or façade while radiating and reflecting away a large degree of the sun’s heat. The indoor space stays bright and much cooler than would be the case if normal glass were used.

Turning down the heat with solar control glazing

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Further still, solar control glass incorporates near-invisible coatings on the glass which have the dual effect of allowing daylight in, while rejecting solar heat. A product that achieves this is the latest addition to the Pilkington Suncool™ range, Pilkington Suncool™ 71/39, which is an off-line coated high-performance solar control glass ...

Solar Energy - Pilkington

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Solar Glass and Solar Technologies Solar energy panels offer alternative solutions to a range of energy requirements, from small scale domestic applications to large scale solar power stations, from cloudy northern rooftops to hot sunny deserts. Solar glass is an integral and important element of these solar panels.

Environmental benefit - Pilkington

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Environmental benefit Solar control glass saves energy. Residential and non-residential buildings that use more energy than necessary to stay cool are a major source of unnecessary CO 2 emissions.. In March 2007, EU heads of state and government confirmed the need to save annually around 300 million tonnes of CO 2 from buildings by 2020.. Policy makers could achieve between 5% and 25% of that ...