Conservatory Glass Sheets

.               SmartGlass Conservatory Glass Sheets

Technical details

Self Cleaning Glass

A coating that reacts with UV rays in sunlight to generate a photocatalytic process, that loosens and breaks down organic dirt particles on the surface of the glass. The surface of the coating is hydrophilic. Therefore, instead of forming droplets, it attracts water so that it spreads and forms a thin film that ‘sheets’ away quickly, and dries off without leaving unsightly ‘drying spots’. Self cleaning glass leaves less dirt and grime adhering to the glass resulting in the glass staying cleaner for longer, meaning less maintenance is needed.

U-Value

A measure of air-to-air heat transmission (loss or gain) due to thermal conductance, and the difference in indoor and outdoor temperatures. As the U-Value decreases, so does the amount of heat that is transferred through the glazing material. The lower the U-Value, the more restrictive the fenestration product is to heat transfer (Reciprocal of the R-Value). This is a critical function in that it makes it possible to strike an optimum balance between economy and ecology. The lower the U-Value, the more efficient the insulation.

Solar Factor

As its name suggests, solar control glass helps regulate the amount of solar energy that enters a building. Solar control glass saves money by reducing the amount of energy used by heating and air conditioning systems, and boosts comfort levels inside the building by controlling indoor temperatures and light levels.

Light Transmission

The measurement of light passing through glass. Too much light can create an uncomfortable environment with glare becoming a particular problem. Insufficient light transmittance can result in reduced visibility.

Suppliers of the market leading SMARTGLASS solar controlled self cleaning conservatory roof glass range.SmartGlass Conservatory Glass Sheets

We have built considerable expertise in developing our range of intelligent glazing over the last decade, and in doing so learnt that as consumers we’re always looking for choice. Our SMARTGLASS® range therefore comes not only in a tier of four performance levels, but all except the Ultimate and Ultra 86 products can be specified in one of four different colour configurations:
– Aqua
– Blue
– Bronze
– Neutral

The four different tints in our SMARTGLASS® range are suited to a wide range of applications, all with the option to upgrade to higher levels of performance for warmer regions or South facing elevations which receive far more sunlight. While the subtle sky blue remains the most popular choice, others also like the greenish tones of our aqua tint. Many consumers choosing a wood grained conservatory look to the warm tones of our bronze SMARTGLASS®, whilst those looking for a more natural hue, look to our neutral tint.

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