Date: 20 April 2015
For applications where highly efficient thermal insulation glazing is required, the occurrence of external condensation can be a problem.
External condensation is a natural phenomenon which occurs when the external surface temperature of the glass drops below the dew-point – occurring usually during the autumn and winter months.
Designed to delay and, in many cases, prevent the onset of external condensation on Insulating Glass Units (IGUs), the low-e coating on Pilkington Anti-condensation Glass works by keeping the temperature of the external surface warmer.
Robust and easy to clean, Pilkington Anti-condensation Glass can be laminated, toughened and bent making it available for a wide variety of commercial and domestic applications. It can also be used in combination with other thermally-efficient glass products such as the Pilkington K Glass™ range and Pilkington Optitherm™ range to create an insulating glass unit.
To learn on Pilkington Anti-condensation glass, please click here: https://www.pilkington.com/en-gb/uk/products/product-categories/special-applications/pilkington-anti-condensation-glass#overview