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Product category: Sun protection glass
Solar control - IPASOL
High-end solar control glass Modern glass architecture places very high technical and aesthetic demands on the materials. The technical requirements for solar control glazing in sophisticated buildings include a low total energy transmittance, excellent thermal insulation and the highest possible transparency. Today, visual qualities regarding colour and reflectivity are also of great importance to designers.
With ipasol, architects and developers can integrate future-orientated energy concepts into their buildings without sacrificing transparency and aesthetics.
Magnetron-coated glazing for solar control and improved thermal insulation High selectivity and colour neutrality are no longer mutually exclusive in solar control glass. The ratio of transparency Tv to the total energy transmittance (solar factor) can reach values as high as two in neutral Stopray glazing. A magnetron coating, sputtered onto the glass in a vacuum process, ensures optimal solar control in the summer while a low thermal transmittance (Ug) prevents heat loss in the winter. Stopray solar control panes are used as insulating glass. Besides neutral, Stopray is also available in several colours, with transparency values ranging from 47 to 61 percent.
Glazing with a pyrolytic coating for increased solar control and thermal insulation with low light reflection Modern architecture sets high aesthetic standards. Architects and planners are constantly challenged to combine appearance and functionality. With Sunergy, AGC Interpane offers a low-reflection solar control glass that can be used in many ways: in single panes, as insulating glass or laminated glass, as tempered or enamelled glass. Thanks to the hard pyrolytic coating, Sunergy is easy to process and is suitable for complex buildings where curved, tempered, simple or screen-printed glass is required.
Interpane is a medium-sized corporate group and one of the major European glass processors. Our product range includes float glass and low-iron float glass for photovoltaic and solar thermal applications, high-quality coated insulating glass, sound-proofing glass, solar-control glass, safety glass and all-glass doors and panels.
Today, the Interpane group comprises production facilities at ten locations in Germany, Austria, and France. The headquarters is located in Lauenförde, Germany. In addition, Interpane produces float glass at Seingbouse in France.
Interpane Entwicklungs- und Beratungsgesellschaft in Lauenförde is the group's research and development centre and their services are also available to our partners and customers when it comes to finding solutions for their applications.