Next Level of High Performance LoÇ Glass

Cardinal CG Company introduced a new high-performance, energy-efficient coated glass called Lodz-366.

This latest innovation in sputter coating technology produces the ultimate coating for residential applications.Its SHGC, solar heat gain coefficient, of 0.27 is significantly better than that of tinted, ordinary low-e glass.Lodz-366 is virtually clear, with a visible light transmittance of 66%.

The technology behind Lodz-366 starts with Cardinal's sputter coating process. Using the double silver platform, Cardinal's R&D group incorporated a third layer of silver to make Lodz-366. The result is a coating that works in every geographic location, delivering superior performance, minimal exterior reflectance with high visible light transmittance.

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