Sanam Glass Company boasts a wide variety of post-temperable products best categorized according to their intended
Solar control coatings are designed to minimize the penetration of the sun’s direct energy through a glazed facade by reflecting and absorbing Ultra-Violet, Visible, and Near Infra-Red energy, often referred to as “Reflective” coated glass. This has been a popular choice in hot climates, but requires a second coated glass with Low
Emissivity coating on one surface to minimize ingress of the heat generated by the “absorbing” characteristics of the materials used in the coating. Typically these coatings can be single or double glazed and also applied onto tinted substrates.
Solar control coatings are produced in a variety of neutral colors offering a range of choices for architects and building owners. They are also produced in several shades, designed to provide a choice of natural light and heat transfer combinations.
Our high visible light transmission Low emissivity (Low-E) coatings are designed to reflect far infra-red (thermal) energy, and prevent it from passing through the surface of the glass. This is typically used in colder climates, but extremely beneficial for hot climates when used with one of our SR series coated products.
Our medium visible light transmission Low-E coatings are designed to combine some of the desirable “Shading” properties of our SR series along with the improved “thermal” properties of the high visible light transmission SE. These coatings offer significantly higher light transmission than the SR series for similar “Shading” properties
in addition to thermal insulation in one piece of coated glass
Developments over the last 10 years have produced a range of “Spectrally Selective” Low-e products with a combination of high visible light transmittance, Solar Energy filtering and Thermal Energy properties. These
coatings provide a truly Multi-Functional performance for building skins.