Guardian Glass Launches SunGuard SNX 70+ coated glass

Guardian Glass Launches SunGuard SNX 70+ coated glass
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Date: 7 November 2023

New product advances company’s triple silver technology

Debuting at GlassBuild America, the largest event for the glass, window and door industry in the Western Hemisphere, new SunGuard SNX 70+ coated glass helps meet the architectural community’s desire for glass that combines high visible light transmission, a neutral aesthetic and strong thermal performance.

The newest addition to Guardian Glass North America’s commercial range of triple silver coated glass, SunGuard SNX 70+ has a visible light transmission of 68% and a solar heat gain coefficient of 0.28 on Guardian UltraClear™ low-iron glass. The resulting 2.45 light-to-solar gain ratio is the highest in Guardian’s North American SunGuard portfolio. Paired with a 0.28 U-value, this glass can help buildings achieve their energy performance goals.

“SunGuard SNX 70+ was developed to help meet today’s requirements for improved energy performance, while still achieving an aesthetic that is transparent and neutral,” explains Alan Kinder, Director, Commercial Segment & Technical Services for Guardian Glass North America. “This triple-silver, low-E coating is designed to help deliver a consistent neutral reflected color whether glass is viewed directly or at an angle.”

By matching energy performance with a highly transparent aesthetic, SunGuard SNX 70+ transmits light and color true to life, so that views become vivid, interiors and exteriors connected – all while providing valuable thermal and solar performance.

Designed to be used on the #2 surface of a standard insulating glass unit, SunGuard SNX 70+ can be paired with a variety of substrates at the following thicknesses to help deliver the attractive exteriors and bright, comfortable interiors architects seek:

  • 6, 8, 10 and 12mm – Clear and Guardian UltraClear low-iron glass
  • 6, 8 and 10mm – Guardian CrystalGray™ glass

The product requires heat treatment and can be produced on jumbo (130" x 204") and super jumbo lites (130" x 240") at 6mm–12mm thicknesses (clear or Guardian UltraClear low-iron glass).

Guardian SunGuard SNX 70+ is available through the Guardian Select™ Fabricator network.

SunGuard® SNX 70+

Guardian SunGuard SNX 70+ low-E coated glass has an incredibly transparent, neutral aesthetic with low 14% exterior reflectivity. On Guardian UltraClear™ low-iron glass, it transmits 68% of visible light with a color rendering index of 94.5 – so that views become vivid and true to life, and interior and exterior environments feel connected. SunGuard SNX 70+ is also designed to help deliver a consistent reflected aesthetic whether glass is viewed directly or at an angle.

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