on-Line Low Temperature Resistant Low-E Glass for Refrigerator/Freezer/Ice Box/Cabinet Freezer (JINBO)
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- Model NO.: JGTR-002
- Structure: Solid
- Thickness: 4,5,6,8,10
- Surface State: Polished Glass
- Forming: Float Process
- Color: Clear
- Trademark: JINBO
- Specification: SGS CCC ce
- Shape: Flat
- Function: Low-E Glass
- Nominal Thickness: 4,5,6,8,10
- Grade: Excellent Grade
- Workmanship: Molding machinery
- Usage: Furniture, Door, Building, Window, Refrigerator,Ice Cabinet,Freezer
- Transport Package: According to Your Request
- Origin: Rizhao City, China
Online LOW-E Coated Glass is a new-type energy efficient glass features in high reflectivity of far infrared heat radiation. Online LOW-E coated glass is produced by pyrolyzing coating material continuously under high temperature through CVD and MOCVD coating technology so as to deposit them on glass substrate surface moving inside a tin bath and black-out furnace. As the glass is coated online continuously under high temperature without extra heating, cleaning or drying process, it can be manufactured in large scale with low cost. The glass coat is combined toughly with glass substrate. It can be used in a single layer or be further processed through tempering or thermal bending. It is an ideal solution for energy efficient glass curtain walls or windows.
High efficiency in energy saving and environment production. It is an efficient energy saving building material because of its high performance in heat insulation.
Wonderful performance in visible light transmission.
Stable chemical performance. It can be used as a single layer or may be stored for a long period of time for further procession.
Stable performance in thermal processing. It is easy to be further processed for tempering, thermal bending or insulating.
Stable mechanical performance for solid coat, high abrasion and scratch resistance.
When processed into Insulated Glass, it is not necessary to clean up edge coat.
3300×2440 3300×2200 3300×2134 3300×1830 2440×1830
Thickness(mm): 4 5 6
Color Options:.Our Company could provide Online LOW-E Coated Glass of all colors.
Quality standards: GB/T18915.2-2002
Note: Blue Star Glass can customize coated glass according to given specifications and colors from our clients
ON-LINE LOW-E CAN BE USED IN INDUSTRIAL FIELD. SUCH AS OVENS, MICRO-WAVE OVEN, REFRIGERATOR DOORS, LIQUOR CABINET, BEVERAGE DISPLAY CABINET, DISINFECTION CABINET AND OTHER VARIOUS COMMERCIAL DISPLAY CABINET.
Low-e is standard clear glass which has a special coating on one surface of the glass. Low-e refers to low emissivity and this describes the capacity of a surface to radiate heat. Emissivity is measured across a scale from 0 to 1 with 1 representing the highest emissivity.
Low-e coatings provide various performance levels and the glass can be used in a variety of ways including single glazing, laminated glass or double glazed windows.The low-e coating is spectrally selective, which means it affects some wave lengths of light but not others. Long wave infrared is the heat produced by our bodies, heaters and the furnishings in a warm room. The transmission of long wave infrared is significantly reduced by the low-e coating. It reflects the amount of energy escaping through the glass keeping the room warmer and reducing the amount of heat required to be generated by the artificial heaters. The energy from the sun is called short wave infrared; a high proportion of energy from the sun will be transmitted straight through the glass.
The benefits of low-e glass
Low-e glass can reduce the amount of heat that is conducted through the glass by around 30% compared to ordinary glass. Low-e glass further improves thermal efficiency by cutting glare and preventing damage interior furnishing caused by ultra-violet rays.
Newer generation low-e often uses laminated and toned glass combinations to provide superior performance over non coated glass. The most comprehensive solution is found by combining a low-e coating with double glazing. Using low-e coating and a suitable frame can stop up to 70% of heat loss and 77% of heat gain when compared to standard 3mm glass.
Hard or soft coat low-e glass
There are two types of low-e glass: hard coat (online) or soft coat (offline). Hard coat low-e glass is made by coating the glass during production with a thin metallic oxide layer, effectively welding it to the glass surface. Soft coat low-e glass, or sputter coating, is applied to glass that has already been formed. The glass enters a vacuum chamber filled with an inert gas which is electrically charged. The electricity combined with the vacuum allows molecules of metal to sputter onto the glass. This process provides the highest level of performance and a nearly invisible coating.
Hard coat low-e glass is the more common variety. It is durable and difficult to scratch, and can be used for single-glazed applications. On the down side, it has higher U-values compared to soft coat low-e glass, and slightly higher haze levels.
Soft coat low-e glass, on the other hand, is less common, and allows more visible light in with less visible haze. Its ultra-low emissivity also gives excellent U-values. The down side of soft coat low-e glass is that it must be used in double glazed windows, and that there can be slight colour variations. Soft coat is less durable than hard coat.
Which side of the glass to coat
The effectiveness of low-e glass is dependent on the direction the coating is facing. For single pane windows it is recommended the low-e coating is always placed on the inside facing surface. Low-e coatings are sensitive to weather and pollutants making it difficult to clean without damaging the surface.
In double glazed windows low-e glass can be specified on a particular side of the glass depending on what you want to achieve. For warm climates where summer heat reduction is a priority, the coating should be on the inside facing surface of the outside pane (surface #2). This will minimise heat coming into the home by absorbing solar radiation and reflecting it back outside.
In cold climates where retention of heat is a priority, the coating works best by facing outwards on the inside pane (surface #3). The coating will work by absorbing inside heat and reradiating it back into the room.