Masonite Low-E Glass

(3 customer reviews)

Masonite Low-E glass: A type of energy-efficient glass with a low-emissivity coating. It reduces heat transfer, improving insulation in windows and doors for enhanced energy efficiency and indoor comfort. Ideal for sustainable building 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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Masonite low e glass is a cutting-edge glazing technology that offers superior insulation and noise reduction compared to traditional glass. Its vacuum gap between the glass panes minimizes heat transfer and sound transmission, making masonite low e glass an ideal choice for residential and commercial buildings, transportation, and industrial facilities.

Parameter Description Typical Value
Thermal conductivity (k-value) Rate of heat transfer through the glass 0.7 – 1.5
Glass thickness Thickness of the glass 4 – 10
Fire rating Fire resistance level Varies by type and thickness of glass
Vacuum gap distance Distance between the glass panes 6 – 20
Sound Transmission Class (STC) Measure of sound insulation 40 – 55

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


Masonite low e glass is an innovative and advanced glazing technology that provides superior thermal insulation and noise reduction compared to traditional glass. It is suitable for:

Sustainable building design and certification programs that prioritize energy efficiency and environmental performance.
Preservation of historical and architectural integrity in historic buildings. 

Extreme environments, such as polar research stations and space habitats, that require high-performance insulation and protection.




Q: Is vacuum glass expensive?

A: Vacuum glass can be more expensive than traditional glass due to its higher performance and specialized manufacturing process. However, its long lifespan and energy-saving benefits can offset the initial cost over time.

Q: How does vacuum glass contribute to energy efficiency?

A: Vacuum glass contributes to energy efficiency by minimizing heat transfer and reducing the need for heating and cooling, which can lower energy consumption and costs.

Q: What are the environmental benefits of using vacuum glass?

A: Vacuum glass can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions by improving energy efficiency and reducing the need for artificial heating and cooling. It can also contribute to sustainable building design and certification programs.

3 reviews for Masonite Low-E Glass

  1. ANN T.

    Would definitely order again.Very nice glass. U won’t be disappointed.

  2. Lauren Church

    It was high quality and I was very pleased with it!

  3. Whitney

    High quality!This piece was well worth the price.

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