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Low E Window Film

Low Emissivity Winter/Summer Film

Premier Window Films™ New Low E Window Film

Silver AG 50 Low E is a low emissivity (low e) window film that can reduce energy consumption during both cold and warm periods, providing your customers with year-round energy and cost savings.  The low interior reflectance of Silver AG 50 Low E provides an attractive option for both residential and commercial applications, with the following benefits your customers are sure to appreciate:

  • Low emissivity interior surface to reduce energy consumption during colder winter months
  • High solar reflection for solar control during daytime and summer
  • Less costly than replacing windows with new low e windows, making Silver AG 50 Low E an ideal solution for the building retrofit market
  • Scientifically proven to be carbon negative1

Silver AG 50 Low E also has one of the highest VLTs of any low e window film product, providing the following advantages:

  • Preserves natural daylighting to help minimize the need for interior lighting during the day, further helping to reduce a building’s energy use and carbon footprint
  • Lets in the natural light that consumers love and that has been linked to improved employee productivity2

Your best choice for year-round energy savings

The specialized coating on Low E window film provides your building with year round energy savings. During the winter months, Low E window film captures heat from your building and directs it back into the room. This lowers energy use and saves money on heating bills. In the summer months, Low E film reflects solar heat away from windows, reducing the need to cool your building. Also, Low E window film blocks harmful UV rays, reduces glare and doesn't compromise any views.

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