Guardian introduces SunGuard Neutral 78/65 to maximize heat gain in cooler climates

SunGuard Neutral 78/65 is the newest addition to Guardian’s SunGuard portfolio of low-E glass coatings, and offers high visible light, a high solar heat gain and a neutral colour, also helping architects meet new energy codes in heating-dominated climates.

Guardian Industries announces SunGuard Neutral 78/65, the newest addition to the SunGuard portfolio of low-E glass coatings. SunGuard Neutral 78/65 offers high visible light, a high solar heat gain and a neutral colour, helping architects meet new energy codes in heating-dominated climates.
Because SunGuard Neutral 78/65 lets the heat in, and keeps it in, the product is ideal for commercial applications in cooler climates where passive heat gain is desired.
“We’re excited to offer this new solution to architects and builders looking at new construction and retrofits in the northern parts of the US and Canada,” said Chris Dolan, director, Commercial Glass Marketing, Guardian Industries. “Using SunGuard Neutral 78/65 can really maximize energy efficiencies in those environments.”
Neutral 78/65 can be used in double- or triple-glazed units, and in combination with the SunGuard portfolio of high performance low-E coatings. The Guardian SunGuard product line includes low-E coatings and advanced glazings for commercial applications that offer excellent solar control and a wide variety of colours and performance levels. SunGuard products provide innovative, leading solutions for appearance, economics and energy efficiency, and are available through an international network of Guardian certified Select Fabricators.