Comparison data

Comparing Solux-E® and Solux Ultra™

The AGP System® with Solux-E®

The AGP System® with Solux Ultra™

Warmth within home
9%
Control of overheating
23%
Reduction in fading
10%

Compared to single glazed 3mm clear glass. Data is indicative of performance and is not a guarantee of in-service performance.

Comparison data

 
 
The AGP System®
with Solux-E®
4mm Solux-E® #2 / 16mm ATS with argon gas / 4mm clear
The AGP System®
with Solux Ultra
4mm Solux-Ultra™ #2 / 16mm ATS with argon gas / 4mm clear
Light properties
Visible light transmission (VLT)
76%
73%
External visible light reflection (VLR)
15%
13%
Energy properties
Fading control (Tdw-ISO) Damage weighted UV transmission
0.60
0.54
Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC)
0.51
0.39
U-value (Centre of glass)
1.1
1.0

Data is indicative only. Data is for glazing placed vertically. Data is not a guarantee of in service performance. Tdw-ISO is a damage-weighted transmittance from the International Standards Organisation (ISO) based on the contribution to fading at each wavelength from 300nm to 700nm that include the UV and Visible parts of the solar spectrum. U-value calculated using CEN conditions, balance of data calculated using NFRC conditions.

* Solux-E in a unit comprising of 4mm Solux-E/16mm ATS with argon gas/4mm clear float has a U-value (CoG) of 1:1 (EN 673)
** Solux-E in a unit compared to standard double glazing as described on the comparison chart above
*** Tdw-ISO damage weighted UV transmission is 0.60 for a Solux-E unit comprising of 4mm Solux-E/16mm ATS with argon gas/4mm clear float