LoE³-366® blocks harshness of the sun with a low Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) of 0.27 on Clear compared with 0.67 of regular low-E double glazed.
When room temperature falls below 11 degrees there is the risk of thermal discomfort inside the room. It has a low U-Value of just 1.35 compared to 1.6 of regular low-E double glazed.
LoE³-366® comes standard with Neat, a titanium dioxide layer which harnesses the sun’s rays to loosen dirt so the rain can wash it away with minimal streaks.
The ability to naturally cool, warm and light up a building results in far lower energy bills.
LoE³-366® boasts a Visible Light Transmission (VLT) figure of 61% in certain IGU make ups, meaning natural light is able to enter the building
LoE³-366® blocks 95% of the sun’s damaging UV rays, a leading cause of fading
- Available on Clear or Grey glass
- Double glazed in an Insulated Glass Unit (IGU) on surface 2
- Can be paired up with LoE-i89 on surface 4 for unprecedented performance
The neutral appearance and superior performance of LoE³-366 makes it the glass for all applications and all seasons. Because it balances VLT and SHGC so well, we recommend it for both commercial and residential applications in hot or cold climates but especially those prone to temperature fluctuations.
- Education facilities
- Public spaces
- Office buildings
- Green Star projects
- High-end residential
- High energy-rated homes
A few example glass make-ups shown below. Please contact Glassworks if you require data for a specific make-up that is not represented here.
|Solar Heat Gain
|Typical low-E IGU
|6mm Clear Low-E
|6mm LoĒ³-366® Clear
|LoĒ³-366® (surface 2) With LoĒ³-i89 (surface 4)
|4mm LoĒ³-366® Clear
Centre of glass calculated using LBNL Window 7.3 based on NFRC 100 environmental conditions
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