VLE-70 High-Performance Laminated Glass by Viracon

Jan. 21, 2011
Laminated glass is getting greener.

Laminated glass is getting greener. Viracon’s new VLE-70 offers neutral aesthetics while reducing direct solar heat gain. The coating provides a visible light transmittance of 68% and a solar heat gain coefficient of .43 in a 9/16” clear laminated configuration. The coating’s high visible light transmittance provides an abundance of natural daylight while minimizing solar heat gain. VLE-70 may be applied on clear glass and all other glass substrates, providing a variety of design and performance choices for commercial buildings.  

To learn more, visit www.viracon.com.

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