Glass thickness measurement
The person ordering our products is responsible for ensuring the correct measurement of the glass, depending on the application, according to the applicable technical regulations and standards.
Combinations with different glass thicknesses are possible.
Size tolerances: ± 3 mm / Thickness tolerances: ± 2 mm.
The functional values specified for glass products are based on the relevant and currently valid test standards. Formats and combinations deviating from this can lead to a change in individual functional values. The light and radiation-related physical data are calculated or measured values that may fluctuate by ± 3%, depending on the glass thickness, as well as unavoidable production tolerances.
The data shown here are therefore subject to change.
- Explanation of the Ug value
- Unit of measurement for heat loss of glazing.
The smaller the Ug value, the better the thermal insulation.
- Explanation of the g value
- Unit of measurement for energy transmittance of glazing.
- Explanation of the degree of light transmittance
- The degree of light transmittance (%) indicates the percentage of visible light (for the radiation range between 380 nm to 780 nm) that is allowed through the glass. It is therefore dependent on the glass thickness and the coating. The higher the light transmission, the greater the daylight utilisation.
- Explanation of the degree of light reflection
- The percentage of visible light in % that is reflected from the glass surface. A high degree of light reflection means a reduction of glare inside the room.