Heat reflective laminated glass

XIR heat reflective laminated glass available from Protector-Glass Industries is a technologically advanced product that saves energy costs by controlling the transmission of heat through window glass - the primary source of heat build up and energy loss in buildings.

XIR delivers superior IR reflection with visible light transmission of 73 percent, providing unsurpassed solar control performance in a neutral-coloured, optically clear laminated glazing. Reduced noise transmission and decreased UV radiation damage to interiors and furnishings are added benefits of the product.

XIR is ideal for skylights, shopfronts, offices, showrooms, commercial buidlings and homes and has been used on landmark buildings worldwide - including the Royal Opera House, London and the Guggenheim Museum.

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Date: 20 November 2003
Source: Infolink.com

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