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Low E- Emmission Glass
An alternative to the original hard coated Pilkington K Glass™ When incorporated into a Pilkington energiKare™ double glazed unit, it       can easily achieve up to and beyond A++ rated windows in all frame        materials Helps windows exceed Building Regulations concerning energy efficiency in      homes now and for the future changes expected Enables householders to reduce energy usage and save money on heating       bills Environmentally friendly helping to achieve the Government’s targets for      reducing CO2 emissions from homes Helps to reduce drafts near windows to create a more useful space in       rooms Excellent light transmission which helps to reduce the need for artificial       lighting Suitable for use in PVC-U, timber and aluminium profiles in both new and      replacement windows Available in annealed form and can be toughened or laminated for use in      areas  which require safety glazing Edge-deletion is not required
Pilkington K Glass™ S is a low-emissivity soft coated product which offers excellent thermal insulation when incorporated within an Insulating Glass Unit (IGU). It has a highly neutral appearance with optimal solar heat gain, thermal insulation and light transmission to provide the highest Window Energy Rating (WER) performance. Pilkington K Glass™ S is a single stock, soft coated glass which can be used in annealed form or toughened, resulting in a product with the same thermal performance and neutral appearance. Once fabricated into an IGU, it can be used in windows in all types of glazing applications in new houses, c onservatories and in replacement windows for existing homes.
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