SGG Extra View 79
SGG Extra View 79 is high transmission range of high performance low-emissivity products, coated on extra clear glass, with neutral appearance. Maximizing entry of natural daylight to make best use of living and working areas, it creates indoor bright.
SGG Extra View 79, its high-performance coating is outstanding in energy-saving performance and ideal for processing, Saint-Gobain has presently applied the stable and mature coating technology in the Extra View series SGG Extra View 79 product, which further upgraded in its visible light transmittance, showing a remarkable visual effect, crystal-clear and translucent nature appearance. Besides, the product enjoys a preeminent energy-saving effect on the whole.
The high transmission and great thermal performance allow architects and specifiers to utilize large areas of glazing and create bright, and especially is ideal suitable for application in north regions of China.
Once assembled in a double-glazed unit, SGG Extra View 79 offers the excellent thermal insulation.
- Money savings in all climates
- Great comfort level:
- No cold area around windows
- Maximal use of living areas
- Great reduction of condensation levels on the inner pane.
- High light transmission
- Large architectural possibilities (very neutral appearance)
- Environmentally friendly thanks to the CO² emission reduction
House windows - Day-light for House windows
The high transparent glass or larger sizes of the windows enable a better illumination of your home indoor space, which has a positive impact on your health: Several international scientific studies have shown the healthy effect of natural day-lighting on human-beings.
House windows - Energy Saving For House windows
Installing energy efficient windows with SGG's high performance Low-E or solar control glass can save your energy bills compared to traditional windows and frames.
Our own research has shown that many homeowners are unaware of the performance differences between different types of window glass, instead assuming that all double glazing is equally energy efficient. In reality, there are significant differences in performance with the type of glass used being key.
House windows - Thermal Insulation for House windows
Thermally insulating glass (also known as low-emissivity or low-E glass) usually forms the inner pane of an Insulating Glass Unit (IGU).The glass has a transparent metallic coating that reflects heat from radiators or fires back into the room, rather than allowing it to escape through the windows. At the same time it allows free heat and light from the sun (known as passive solar heat gain) to pass through the glass, warming your home and further contributing to the energy efficiency of your windows.
Passive house - Day-light for Passive house
Day-Light Comfort can be optimized with the following high-performance glass: SGG PLANITHERM, the high transparent glass or larger sizes of the windows enable a better illumination of your home indoor space.
A Passive House is a comprehensive system, high performance triple-glazed windows with super-insulation Low-E glass (product like SGG ACTIVE Pro 0.6), limitation of thermal bridging and excellent warm edge spacer bar (such as SWISSPACER®) all make possible extraordinary reductions in energy use and carbon emission. Avoidance of heat gain through shading and window orientation also helps to reduce the cooling system load, which is similarly minimized.
Windows in Passive house constructions have a U-value of 0.8 W/m2K or less. SGG ACTIVE Pro 0.6 is the most popular and proper choice for the passive house window, because it gives the best thermal performance with Uglass-value of 0.6 W/m2·K with the triple glazing composition, that could do great contribution to make sure the Window u-value ≤ 0.8 W/m2·K.