Clayton Glass continue to push the boundaries in terms of what is technically achievable in conservatory glass with the launch of SMARTGLASS® Ultra 86. This glass sets new standards in terms of solar control, and with a G Value of just 0.14 it’s some 18% better than the nearest competitor. Its use is therefore recommended for the most demanding of conservatory installations.
SMARTGLASS® Ultra 86 is the very pinnacle in terms of glass technologies for conservatory, lantern roofs and glazed roof areas and currently is unsurpassed in the UK market. It reflects an impressive and sector leading 86% of the sun’s rays, while still offering a 15% visible light transmission, with a U-value of 1.0 W/m2K,
This new SMARTGLASS® Ultra 86 development is available in an ultra-blue tint with true self cleaning and warm edge technologies, which is the standard across the SMARTGLASS® range. It’s also available in 5-7 working days direct to any UK postcode and with the additional option of a pre-midday delivery from Clayton Glass, IGU Manufacturer of the Year 2015 in the National Fenestration Awards.
This new super-performance glass is also part of a range of solutions that includes the pioneering switchable SMARTGLASS® Dynamic, powered by SageGlass for lantern roofs and the recently introduced SMARTGLASS®-W. This is the industry’s first dedicated glass for conservatory side frames and bi-folding doors, where solar heat gain needs to be minimised.
Jason McCabe, commercial director of Clayton Glass commented: ‘Yet again we’re pushing the boundaries of what is capable for conservatory and glazed roofing areas in terms of solar control and overall technical specification. SMARTGLASS® is the sector leader and for good reason, it’s the most comprehensive and capable range of glass in the sector and backed up by our renowned quality and service.’
For further information on the SMARTGLASS® range visit www.smart-glass.co.uk, e-mail email@example.com or call the sales office on 01207 288200. You can also add to their growing Twitter following @ClaytonGlass.