Glass Options

Glazing Types: Dual Glazed

All Sun products use dual glazed insulated glass as standard. This is composed of 2 pieces of glass with a 1/2" hermetically sealed airspace between them. Our insulated glass units are configured from a selection of low-emissivity glass with coatings that are designed for the variety of climates within our region.

Glass Types: Low Emissivity Coatings & Combinations

270

• Two Low-E coatings • Best clarity • For mixed heating/cooling climates

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270 plus I-89

• Adds I-89 fourth surface Low-E coating • Increased thermal performance• Best clarity • For mixed heating/cooling climates

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366

• Three Low-E coatings • Blocks more daylight • Reduced clarity • Best fade protection• For warmer, sunnier climates

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366 plus I-89

• Adds I-89 fourth surface Low-E coating • Increased thermal performance• Blocks more daylight • Reduced clarity • Best fade protection • For warmer, sunnier climates

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180

• Solar passive glass • Reduces heat loss through glass to outside• Allows solar heat in• For northern climates

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Tempered Glass

Most glass types are available in Tempered glass versions for applications that require the safety of tempered units. All Sun doors come standard with tempered glass.

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Obscure Glass

All insulated glass units can include Obscure glass. Obscure glass uses a textured pattern to diffuse or obscure the view through the glass. Note: obscure glass is not compatible with SDLs and some other grille systems.

Available Patterns:
• P516 (typical obscure)
• Niagara