High Selectivity Glass
High light transmission and low solar factor
With high selectivity glass, selectivity refers to the capability of a coated glass product to achieve exceptional performance in a selection of areas without compromising the neutral appearance of the glass.
High light transmission, low solar factor and neutral appearance.
High selectivity glass achieves exceptional performance in a selection of areas without compromising the neutral appearance of the glass. Selectivity of a glass refers to the ratio between its light transmission and solar factor. A high selectivity ratio means the glass provides exceptional levels of natural light transmission while reducing the amount of heat going through the glass. The Guardian SunGuard® SuperNeutral range of high performance commercial glass products is the ideal solution where ultra low U values (thermal insulation) and an exceptionally high light transmission with a low solar factor are required, with little to no colour distortion in the glass.
The Guardian SunGuard® eXtra Selective range of commercial glass products creates a comfortable work and living environment. These products have world-class selectivity letting in an astonishing level of natural daylight, combined with a low level of solar heat. High selectivity glass offers exceptional performance and provides some of the best energy savings through the lowest U values and best solar control. High light transmission also helps to save energy by reducing the need for artificial lighting during daylight hours.
The Guardian SunGuard® eXtra Selective range of commercial glass product is the ideal choice for glazed facades, as they let an astonishing level of natural daylight in, combined with a low level of solar heat, while maintaining a beautiful neutral transparent appearance with low reflection.