China LOW-E Glass Market, 2013-2017

At present, the global major LOW-E glass manufacturers are Pilkington (U.K.), PPG (U.S.), Glaverbel (Belgium), and Saint–Gobain (France); the overseas market is basically controlled by above enterprises.

In the developed countries, LOW-E glass have been popularized in large scale; the utilization rate in Germany reached 92%, and this rate in South Korea and Poland was 90% and 75% respectively.It is estimated that the LOW-E glass demand volume in the international market will exceed 1.5 billion square meters by 2017; in the next five years, the global LOW-E glass demand volume will increase at the average annual growth rate of more than 17%. As of 2012, LOW-E glass output in China was 108 million square meters; China owns more than 60 off-line LOW-E coating production lines with the production capacity of about 66 million square meters, and about 20 coating lines are under construction or planned to be constructed; of which, more than 10 enterprises make use of CVD method or PCVD method to conduct LOW-E coated glass online production.

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