Low Iron Glass Is Becoming More And More Prevalent
The use of Low Iron glass in architecture and design is becoming more and more prevalent,because it is widely applied in many fields and has the following feature:
- High light transmittance for true color and outstanding visual clarity when an unrestricted view is required.
- Purity of color with minimum color cast when viewing through the glass, ensuring a true representation of the designer’s vision.
- Improves aesthetics of laminated glass and provides less greenish color of the glass edges.
- High solar heat transmittance providing passive solar gain to allow more heat through, which can save costs on energy bills during the winter.
- Can be toughened or laminated for safety and security.
- Can be painted or silk-screened for spandrel or decorative applications.
- Can be combined with other products from the Pilkington range to provide additional benefits such as thermal insulation or self-cleaning.
- Available in thicknesses between 3.2 mm and 15 mm, the widest range on the market.