Florians detailed glass specs

Single Pane: Clear tempered safety glass, used for growing greenhouses

 

Good: Clear tempered over clear tempered safety glass, dual sealed

Solar Heat Gain Co-efficient: no higher then .70

Outdoor visible reflectance: no higher then 15%

Visible Light Transmittance: no higher then 79%

Florian's "Heat Repellant Series"
Better: MC Low-E clear tempered over clear tempered safety glass, dual sealed.

Solar Heat Gain Co-efficient: no higher then .37

Outdoor visible reflectance: no higher then 12%

Visible Light Transmittance: no higher then 69%


Recommended to be used in the WALLS for high comfort and low reflectance

Florian's "Heat Repellant Series"

Best: Super MC Low-E clear tempered over clear tempered safety glass, dual sealed.

Solar Heat Gain Co-efficient: no higher then .23

Outdoor visible reflectance: no higher then 32%

Visible Light Transmittance: no higher then 47%

Recommended to be used in the ROOF area
Highly recommended: This choice gives optimum balance among visible light transmittance, glare control, & superior solar control. This new technology glazing produced by the worlds largest glass manufacturer has a Light to Solar Gain Ratio of an UNBEATABLE 2.04, placing it at the top of it's class!

Warning: Using the competitions higher reflectance glazing may cause damage to sidings, veneers, fascia etc. Choose our BEST glazing that is UNBEATABLE!

Florian's "Heat Repellant Series"

Triple Pane: MC Low-E clear tempered / MC Low-E clear tempered / clear tempered safety, dual sealed.

Solar Heat Gain Co-efficient: no higher then .33

Outdoor visible reflectance: no higher then 15%

Visible Light Transmittance: no higher then 56%

This glazing has a winter value of R-10, the highest insulated glass we offer. Designed for cold climate applications.

Special Order glass makeups are also available

Note: MC Low-E represents multi-coated manufacturing process. Performance specifications should always be included in writing of a project spec.
We often receive questions regarding plant sensitivity to Ultraviolet Light

All of our MC Low-E glazings reduce damaging U.V. light. Reducing U.V. is important for growing plants & protecting tender seedlings. Fact: No ultraviolet light requirements have been documented for plant growth according to Denver Botanical Garden's Horticultural Department and published reference materials. Using MC Low-E gives plants a tremendous advantage since it will greatly reduce the amount of cold & warm spots in the area increasing plant growth & room comfort. We also offer commercial grower's polycarbonate (which naturally blocks almost 100% of U.V.) However, this will yellow in about 5-10 years, is not aesthetically pleasing, and doesn't give the performance of the MC Low-E.

The coating’s hydrophilic property makes water droplets spread out, or sheet, across the surface of the glass. Because of this, when rain or a light spray of water hits the window, the water helps to more effectively rinse away loosened dirt. This sheeting action, which works throughout the day and night, helps the window dry quickly with minimal spotting and streaking.


In a photocatalytic process, ultraviolet (UV) light from the sun energizes the SunClean glass coating to help slowly break down and loosen organic dirt. Since UV light is abundant even on cloudy days or in shaded areas, this process works non-stop throughout the day.


The photo ab illustrates th heeting effect SunClean glass (right) compared to conventional glass (left)