Buildings with a high percentage of glazing must contend with the effects of heat gain during Australia’s harsh summer. The use of coated solar protection glass can substantially reduce but not entirely avoid this effect, with key trade-offs made between clarity and performance. Achieving a balance between solar heat gain and natural lighting is key, but is often an overlooked factor in window design.
Download this whitepaper and learn how informed glazing specification can achieve this balance, the impact of the new Section J on wall-glazing construction and the importance of the light-to-solar-gain ratio in designing glazing systems.
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