The most highly insulating, diffused-light-transmitting technology available
Panel u-values from 0.53 to 0.05 | 2.57 W/m2K to 0.28 W/m2K (R-values from R-2 to R-20)
Lowest-in-industry solar heat gain coefficients (SHGC) from 0.65 to <0.04
Less radiant energy transmitted, coupled with diffusion, does away with hot spots so common to many light transmitting materials
Controlled daylighting in buildings proven to pay back in electrical and cooling costs
Compatible with energy codes – based upon both ASHRAE-90.1, with NFRC certification to ensure testing repeatability
Insulation performance data charts
Check out our Georgia Tech CNES project report to learn more
Get educational, insightful and inspirational content from the industry leader in daylight. Sign up for our enewsletter before you go.
Welcome to our daylighting community.