In a country like India, heat is a major cause of concern. Eco Cool Series glasses give you amazing energy saving by cutting down the ‘heat gain’ in the house. You get the natural light but without extremely harsh solar radiation. You also get the added benefits of sound reduction, safety and prevention of dew condensation. Save upto 60% energy with the right selection. The glass practically pays for itself !
STRONG & SAFE
4-5 times stronger than normal annealed glass windows. Breaks into small, relatively harmless fragments.
Reduce the transfer of heat between inside of the house and the outside environment. This in turn reduces the consumption of power for cooling or heating the homes.
The sheer damping performance of the insulated glass make the glass an effective sound control product.
Prevention of Dew Condensation
There is no dew formation on the glass surface permitting a clear view even in the most humid conditions.
WHY ECO COOL SERIES ?
Eco Cool is recommend for shaded area where direct sunlight
Eco cool SC (Solar Control)
Eco Cool SC to be used in area with direct sunlight for better energy reduction. It controls the solar factor and ultimately reduces the air conditioning cost.
Eco Cool Plus (Solar + Thermal Control)
Eco Cool Plus to be used in area with no direct sunlight(shaded). It is best suited for thermal insulation
Eco Cool low-e
To be used for area with direct sunlight for solar as well as thermal insulation for resulting in excellence energy reduction
Insulated glass made up of 6 MM clear toughened glass as exterior glass and 6 mm clear toughened glass as interior glass with 12 mm air gap
ECO COOL SC
Insulated glass made up of 6 MM clear solar control toughened glass as exterior glass and 6 mm clear toughened glass as interior glass with 12 mm air gap
ECO COOL PLUS
Insulated glass made up of 6 MM clear solar control toughened glass as exterior glass and 6 mm clear low-e toughened glass as interior glass with 12 mm air gap
ECO COOL TC
Insulated glass made up of 6 MM clear low-e toughened glass as exterior glass and 6 mm clear toughened glass as interior glass with 12 mm air gap
|Product||Thickness(MM)||Strength||Safety||Security||Sound||Solar Factor||U-Value||RHG (Watts/Sq.M)||Visible Light Transmission||Sunlight (Reduction)||Shaded (Reduction)|
|6MM Clear Glass||6||7||7||1||STC26||0.82||5.7||603||89%||5%||14%|
|Eco Cool SC||24||8||7||1||STC32||0.59||2.8||414||60%||31%||51%|
|Eco Cool Plus||24||8||7||1||STC32||0.54||1.8||367||53%||39%||68%|
|Eco Cool TC||24||8||7||1||STC32||0.67||1.8||449||70%||-%||-%|
WHAT IS DEW CONDENSATION ?
Rain or shine, there’s always a chance of waking up to a wet lawn if the weather conditions are just right. Those tiny droplets you see clinging to the blades of grass are called “dew.”
If a warm, clear day is followed by a cool, clear evening, dew will likely form. On a normal warm day, water evaporates from the warm ground into the air. That means it turns from a liquid into a gas called “water vapor.”
When evening comes, the warm ground continues to radiate heat into the air. As the ground begins to cool, the air will not be able to hold all the moisture.
At a certain point — a temperature called the “dew point” — water vapor in the air will begin to condense (turn back to liquid water) faster than water is evaporating.
When this happens, dew forms on surfaces that aren’t warmed by the heat radiated from the ground. That’s why you mainly see dew on things like grass, leaves and even car roofs.