Low-Emissivity (Low-E) Glass


Low emissivity (Low-E) is a glass that radiated, or emits, low levels of radiant energy on its surface. Low – E glass may be classified as single silver glass or double silver glass and so on. It also has a durable surface and if is easily fabricated to secondary glass products such as IGU, tempered glass and laminated glass.


  • Low-E glasses impact visible light transmittance by allowing the perfect amount of natural light into the building
  • Solar energy transmittance
  • Everlasting energy efficient
  • Extremely low solar heat transmittance effectively impedes solar heat radiation
  • High far infrared reflectance; reduced thermal transfer due to temperature difference
  • Can be bent and post-tempered after coating
  • Has optical properties and energy efficiency as ordinary Low-E glass.


  • Green Houses
  • High Performance Buildings
  • Window
  • Doors
  • Curtain Walls


  • Thickness: 5 – 10mm
  • Size: 2438 x 3658mm