Two new products in AGC’s solar control range
AGC is expanding its range of solar control products with two new additions: ipasol neutral 70/37 and ipasol light grey 60/33. In terms of energy performance, ipasol neutral 70/37 will replace ipasol neutral 70/39 and ipasol neutral 69/37, two bestsellers among its colour-neutral products. Aesthetically, ipasol light grey 60/33 is a distinctly modern glass, designed to meet growing demand from architects for products with a discreet grey appearance. By contrast, its predecessor - ipasol neutral 60/33 – looked slightly bluish.
ipasol neutral 70/37's solar-protection coating delivers high light transmission and substantially lower heat radiation. At 37%, its solar factor is low, considerably reducing air-conditioning costs. At the same time, its 70% light transmission ensures bright interiors and its excellent Ug value of 1.0 W/(m2K) protects against heat loss during colder months. ipasol neutral 70/37 is colourless, both to look at and in terms of the light that passes through it.
ipasol light grey 60/33 also delivers relatively high light transmission with an exceptionally low solar factor, allowing 60% of visible daylight but just a third (SF: 33%) of warming sunlight to pass through it into the interior. Here, too, its Ug value in double glazing is just 1.0 W/(m2K) and its discreet grey appearance is in keeping with international architectural trends.
ipasol solar control products have short delivery times and are available in standard and non-standard sizes.
AGC Glass Europe, a European leader in flat glass
Based in Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium), AGC Glass Europe produces, processes and markets flat glass for the construction industry (external glazing and interior decoration), car manufacture and solar power applications. It is the European branch of AGC, the world’s leading producer of flat glass. It has over 100 sites throughout Europe, from Spain to Russia, and employs around 16,000 employees.