Grey Low-E Glass

(3 customer reviews)

Grey low-E (low emissivity) glass: A tinted glass with a low-E coating for energy efficiency. It reduces heat transfer and glare while providing a subtle gray tint. Ideal for windows and doors, it enhances aesthetics and indoor comfort in various architectural designs.

  • 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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Description

Our grey low e glass is the ultimate solution for anyone looking to maximize energy efficiency and style. With its advanced coating technology and subtle gray-green color, this glass offers exceptional solar control and thermal performance, while reducing glare and enhancing the appearance of your building. Whether you’re looking to improve your building’s energy efficiency, reduce your carbon footprint, or simply enhance its aesthetic appeal, our grey low e glass is the perfect choice.

Parameter Value
Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) 0.25 – 0.60
Color The color of the glass
Coating The type of low-e coating applied to the glass
Emissivity The ability of the glass to radiate heat
U-value The rate of heat transfer through the glass

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

 

Skylights: Gray low-e glass can be used in skylights to control solar heat gain and glare, while also allowing natural light to enter the space.

Curtain walls: Gray low-e glass can be used in curtain walls to create a sleek, modern appearance while also providing energy efficiency and solar control benefits.

Greenhouses: Gray low-e glass can be used in greenhouses to control solar heat gain and maintain a consistent temperature, while also allowing plenty of natural light to enter the space.

 

 

 

Q: What is gray low-e glass?

A: Gray low-e glass is a type of glass that has a low-emissivity coating and a gray color. The coating helps to improve the glass’s energy efficiency and solar control properties, while the gray color reduces glare and enhances the appearance of the glass.

Q: How does gray low-e glass compare to clear glass?

A: Gray low-e glass is generally more energy-efficient than clear glass because of its low-e coating, which helps to reflect heat back into the room. Gray low-e glass also reduces glare and enhances the appearance of the glass.

Q: What are the benefits of using gray low-e glass?

A: Some of the benefits of using gray low-e glass include improved energy efficiency, reduced solar heat gain, reduced glare, enhanced appearance, and improved comfort levels.

3 reviews for Grey Low-E Glass

  1. Little Johnny

    Delivered quickly and packaged well.

  2. Wendy Poloway

    I was pleasantly surprised by the amount of product received as well as by the glass. I can’t wait to use the glass for my project!

  3. TNT

    So much more quality, color, diversity in texture and color than we thought. We used these for a communal art project. Will buy again!

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