Low-e glass with pyrolytic coating
Since ancient times, glass has always been a product which is largely used by humans. During such a long time, the row material has always been the same. What have changed are the applications, its countless applications, which reach today some fields not even imaginable in the past.
NSG TEC™ (Transparent Electrically Conductive Glass) is the glass the better proves the versatility of this material. Consisting of a series of thin films of metal oxides deposited on a clear glass substrate (or extra clear) through a pyrolytic on-line process, NSG TEC™ is a glass with a neutral appearance, with a low-emissivity coating (up to 0.10), and – above all – it is an electrically conductive glass, with a variable surface resistivity from 6-8 Ω /sq up to 5000 Ω /sq depending on the thickness of the coating.
Such characteristics determine its usefulness in many different fields of applications: from building to photovoltaic panels, from oven doors to commercial refrigeration, from touch screens to many and many others.