Development has also gone into cutting the g-value from 0.22 to 0.18, without affecting the existing 1.0 U-value.
As a result, the self-cleaning glass will keep indoors cooler in warm conditions but give the same heat retention in colder conditions.
Jenni Bailey, Marketing Manager for SGG’s Conservatory range, commented: This will be a great benefit for end-users and a strong selling point for installers but because it is single coated, it will be just as easy to process as the current dual coated Bioclean Aqua.
Temperature control within conservatories is a major issue with end-users who quite rightly want to use them as much as possible throughout the year. Once again, Saint-Gobain is responding to consumer demand with a product that will add a real plus point to any conservatory.
Bioclean Aqua LSF is backed by technical support, especially for processors who have not yet trialled the product, and marketing support in the form of revised conservatory glass sample kits and an updated conservatory brochure.
Saint-Gobain Glass UK
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