New ultra selective high-tech solar control glass

Light transmittance (Tv) 62 %, solar factor 29 % – a selectivity that is higher than factor 2. These excellent technical values have now become reality with the new solar control glass ipasol ultraselect 62/29 by Interpane (Laufenfoerde, Germany).

A newly developed triple silver coating on the inside surface of the outer pane has made this technological leap possible. The glazing reduces the summer cooling load while at the same time letting a maximum amount of natural daylight into the room. This saves energy, is good for the environment, and expands the creative leeway for architects and facade builders. There is also a positive side effect: the low outside reflection (10 %), which reduces undesired reflection. This leads to excellent colour-neutral appearance and vision, even at acute angles. During cool outside temperatures, the especially low Ug-value of 1.0 W/(m²K) as double glazing effectively prevents heat loss.

Solar control glass with excellent transmittance values is a must for international object architecture. Interpane made a technological leap with its new triple silver coating: ipasol ultraselect 62/29.

Graphic: Interpane

For further information, please contact: pr nord. neue kommunikation. Marc Everling Tel.: 05 31 / 7 01 01-0 / Fax: -50 E-Mail:

Interpane Glas Industrie AG Rainer W. Schmid Tel.: 0 52 73 / 809-221 / Fax: -238 E-Mail:

600450 New ultra selective high-tech solar control glass
Date: 10 June 2011
Source: Interpane Glas Industrie AG

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