Best Low-E Glass

(3 customer reviews)

The best Low-E glass depends on specific project needs. Top options include PPG Solarban, Guardian SunGuard, Viracon VE, Saint-Gobain Comfort, Cardinal LoE, and AGC Energy Select, each offering various energy-efficient coatings. Consult a professional for the ideal choice.

  • Delivery Time: 10-40 days(the exact time depends on destination country)
  • Departure Port: Shanghai, Ningbo-Zhoushan, Qingdao, Tianjin, Dalian, Xiamen, Guangzhou(or other ports based on customer requirements)
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Our advanced low e glass is a top performer. With its advanced coating technology and superior thermal insulation properties, this low e glass helps to create a more comfortable interior environment while reducing your carbon footprint and energy bills.

Parameter Value
Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) The amount of solar heat that passes through the glass
U-value The rate of heat transfer through the glass
Visible Light Transmittance (VLT) The amount of visible light that passes through the glass
Emissivity The ability of the glass to radiate heat
Coating The type of low-e coating applied to the glass
Thickness The thickness of the glass

Note: The parameter values may vary depending on the specific product and manufacturer.


Building construction: Low-e glass is commonly used in the construction of energy-efficient buildings. It helps to reduce heat loss through windows, thereby improving the energy efficiency of the building. Low-e glass can also be used to reduce the amount of solar radiation that enters the building, which helps to keep the building cool during hot weather.

Automotive: Low-e glass is used in the automotive industry to improve the energy efficiency of vehicles. It helps to reduce the amount of heat that enters the vehicle, which reduces the need for air conditioning and improves fuel efficiency. Low-e glass is also used in windshields to improve visibility and reduce glare.




Q: What is the difference between hard coat and soft coat low-e glass?

A: Hard coat low-e glass is more durable and scratch-resistant than soft coat low-e glass, but it has a lower solar heat gain coefficient (SHGC) and visible light transmittance (VLT). Soft coat low-e glass has a higher SHGC and VLT, but it is more susceptible to scratches and damage.

Q: Can low-e glass be used in historic buildings?

A: Yes, low-e glass can be used in historic buildings, but it is important to choose a low-e glass that matches the appearance of the original glass. Some low-e glasses are designed to mimic the appearance of historic glass, while others have a more modern look.

Q: Is low-e glass more expensive than regular glass?

A: Yes, low-e glass is generally more expensive than regular glass, but the energy savings and other benefits can offset the higher cost over time. The cost of low-e glass can also vary depending on the type of glass and the manufacturer.

3 reviews for Best Low-E Glass

  1. Gonzalo Sosa

    Exactly as expected.I received my glass they are just what I wanted.

  2. Joede Shelton

    The quality of the glass was exactly what I needed!Extremely nice!

  3. Karen D

    Great quality! The packaging on these were extremely well packaged.

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