Low-E glass, also known as low - radiation glass, is a film - based product of multilayer metal or other compounds on the surface of the glass. Its coating has the characteristics of high visible light and high reflection to the far infrared ray, making it have excellent heat insulation effect and good light transmittance compared with common glass and traditional building coated glass.
Because of its excellent thermal performance and good optical properties, its superiority is not questionable. Since 1990, the amount of "Low-E" has increased at a rate of 5% in the United States. The owners and doors and windows companies attach great importance to energy saving doors and windows. Most of this year's buildings are used to evaluate their advantages and disadvantages.