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Key factors affecting window energy efficiency
Low emissivity (low e) glass has a reflective surface to reflect heat back through the window. The low e coatings reflect between 40% to 70% of the heat that is normally transmitted through clear glass while allowing the full amount of light to pass through, This type of glass is now standard under the Building Regulations for most homes in the UK.
Number of glazing layers
Double or triple glazed windows have insulating air or gas-filled spaces between each pane. Each layer of glass and gas resists heat flow and thus increases insulation.
Insulating gas used between glazing layers
Filling the cavity with argon is a more efficient insulating gas than air. Other high performance insulating gases used in window manufacture are krypton or xenon or a mixture of these gases can provide the required level of insulation, i.e. for an “A” band window.
Sizing of cavity
The size of cavity gap is also important, spaces which are too wide allow too much heat transfer, resulting in reduced insulation.
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