Extremely high selectivity solar control glass with advanced thermal insulation properties for commercial glazing
COOL-LITE XTREME 60/28 and 60/28 II are the latest innovations in high performance solar control coatings. The coatings are applied to PLANICLEAR clear float glass by cathodic sputtering under vacuum conditions.
SGG COOL-LITE XTREME 60/28 and 60/28 II have the highest selectivity (the ratio of visible light to solar heat gain) in the SGG COOL-LITE range. The coatings are always placed on face 2 of a double-glazed unit.
COOL-LITE XTREME 60/28 is available, on request, in 6mm, 8mm and 10mm for projects of sufficient volume
COOL-LITE XTREME 60/28 and 60/28 II are two extremely selective solar control coatings for use in the commercial and high end building market. Due to the high performance of the coating, it is ideally suited to façade or overhead glazing in applications requiring annealed and toughened or heat treated glass.
COOL-LITE XTREME 60/28 sets a new standard in high selectivity solar control, while retaining the very neutral aesthetics associated with the COOL-LITE range with:
- A high light transmission to create brighter interiors and year round natural lighting.
- A low solar factor to reduce the burden on costly air-conditioning.
- An excellent U-value of 1.0W/m2K making it the ideal product for energy savings and improved thermal insulation.
- A high degree of neutrality both in transmission and exterior reflection COOL-LITE XTREME can be used to create more comfortable interiors by reducing overheating in the summer and heat loss in the winter, while retaining an extremely neutral appearance.
|DGU with COOL-LITE XTREME 60/28 & 60/28II|
|External Pane||COOL-LITE XTREME 60/28 II|
|Composition in mm||6(16)6|
|Coating Positions||Face 2|
|U-Value in W/m2K Air||1.3|
COOL-LITE XTREME 60/28 and 60/28 II meet the durability requirements of class C of European standards
EN 1096-1 and -2.
* Light and solar performance according to EN 410
Once the product is made into a sealed unit, the coating is protected within the sealed unit and it is handled in the usual way. For details on how to handle and process the base glass product, please refer to the Saint-Gobain Glass Handling Guidelines document