Isıcam Systems K Series are produced with Şişecam Solar Low-E Glasses.

Solar Control Low-E Glass is heat and solar control glass. Isıcam Systems K Series reduces heat loss from windows by 77% compared to single glazing, 50% compared to ordinary Double Glazing Unit (DGU). Therefore effective heat insulation in winter is provided and heating expenses are reduced. It also decreases solar energy transmission by 40% compared to ordinary DGU. Therefore it keeps cooler in summer and cooling expenses are reduced.

Advantages

  • The coating provides heat and solar control properties at the same time.
  • Heating and cooling expenses are reduced.
  • Do not compromise on natural daylight and transparency.
  • Reduces condensation on glass surface.
  • In winter cold spots, in summer hot spots by windows are eliminated and heat inside the room is radiated equally.
  • Provides extremely high levels of protection against UV radiation over 75%,therefore helps to reduce fading and ageing effect.
  • Compared to ordinary glazing unit, an additional expense for Isıcam K incorporating with Solar Control Low-E Glass will return in 1-2 years due to low heating and cooling expenses.

Isıcam K Series (Isıcam Comfort)

Technical Features

TECHNICAL SPESIFICATION;

Şişecam Solar Control Low-E Glass is manufactured by depositing multi-layered metal/metal oxides on float glass through “magnetically enhanced vacuum sputtering” technology.

Performance Tables

Product

 

Daylight
(EN 410)
Solar Energy
(EN 410)
Thermal Conductivity
(U Value)
W / m2K
(EN 673)
Transmittance
%
Reflectance Outdoor
%
Solar Factor
%
Shading Coefficient Dry Air Argon
4 mm Clear Float Glass + 16 mm (cavity) + 4 mm Low-E Glass 80 14 75 0.86 2,7 2,6
4 mm Solar Control Low-E Glass + 16 mm (cavity) + 4 mm Clear Float Glass 71 10 44 0,5 1,3 1,1

 

(*) In order to avoid thermal breakage risk, the middle pane must be tempered or instead low iron glass can be used.

“Daylight” and “Solar Energy” properties are calculated with “TNO Science and Industry – WIS 3.01” program using spectral measurements in compliance with EN 410.

“U-value” is calculated with “TNO Science and Industry – WIS 3.01” program according to EN 673. The emissivity measurements used for calculations are in compliance with EN 673 (Annex A) and EN 12898.

  • Daylight Transmittance (%): The ratio of the visible spectrum (light) that is transmitted through glass.
  • Daylight Reflectance (outdoor) (%): The ratio of the visible spectrum (light) that is reflected outside by glass.
  • Solar Factor: The percentage of total solar radiant heat energy entering the room thorough the glass. The lower solar factor means better solar control.
  • Shading Coefficient: The ratio of solar factor of a particular glass type to the solar factor of 3 mm clear float glass, set in identical conditions. The lower shading coefficient means better solar control.
  • U value (W/m2K): A measure of the rate of heat loss of a building component. The lower U value means better heat control and more comfort in winter.

Quality

Solar Control Low-E Glass is manufactured in accordance with EN 1096 Glass in Building – Coated Glass. 

Performance Tables

Product Daylight
(EN 410)
Solar Energy
(EN 410)
Thermal Conductivity
(U Value)
W / m2K
(EN  673)
Transmittance
%
Reflectance Outdoor
%
Solar Factor
%
Shading Coefficient Dry Air Argon
4 mm Clear Float Glass+ 16 mm (cavity) +4 mm Clear Float Glass 80 14 75 0.86 2,7 2,6
4 mm Low-E Glass + 16 mm (cavity) + 4 mm Clear Float Glass 78 11 57 0,66 1,4 1,1
4 mm Clear Float Glass + 16 mm (cavity) + 4 mm Low-E Glass 78 12 61 0,7 1,4 1,1
(4+0.76+4) mm Laminated Low-E Glass + 16 mm (cavity) + 4 mm Clear Float Glass 76 11 51 0,59 1,4 1,1
4 mm Clear Float Glass + 16 mm (cavity) + (4+0.76+4) mm Laminated Low-E Glass 76 12 60 0,69 1,4 1,1
4 mm Low-E Glass + 16 mm (cavity) + 4 mm Clear Float Glass(*) + 16 mm (cavity) + 4 mm Low-E Glass 69 14 49 0,59 0,8 0,6

 

“Daylight” and “Solar Energy” properties are calculated with “TNO Science and Industry – WIS 3.01” program using spectral measurements in compliance with EN 410.

“U-value” is calculated with “TNO Science and Industry – WIS 3.01” program according to EN 673. The emissivity measurements used for calculations are in compliance with EN 673 (Annex A) and EN 12898.

Thermal stresses or building codes may require the use of heat-treated glass. This document is not an evaluation of the risk of glass breakage from thermal stresses. Please contact Şen Ortaklar Cam  to ensure the correct form of glass to be supplied for the structure.

  • Daylight Transmittance (%): The ratio of the visible spectrum (light) that is transmitted through glass.
  • Daylight Reflectance (outdoor) (%): The ratio of the visible spectrum (light) that is reflected outside by glass.
  • Solar Factor: The percentage of total solar radiant heat energy entering the room thorough the glass. The lower solar factor means better solar control.
  • Shading Coefficient: The ratio of solar factor of a particular glass type to the solar factor of 3 mm clear float glass, set in identical conditions. The lower shading coefficient means better solar control.
  • U value (W/m2K): A measure of the rate of heat loss of a building component. The lower U value means better heat control and more comfort in winter.

Quality

Low-E Glass is manufactured in accordance with EN 1096 Glass in Building – Coated Glass.

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