- The product description
- The main function
- The basic parameters
The word "citrine" is derived from the Latin Citrus, which originally means the golden yellow fruit of the citron tree, and specifically refers to citrine in the gem field.
Similar to the production method of amethyst U channel glass, the high-temperature coloring process is used to make the citrine color adhere to the inner surface of the U channel glass, and will not change color under the sun, and will not fade.
Citrine U channel glass can also provide users and designers with a new choice. With Appleton's unique wire-insertion craftsmanship and various patterns, a variety of visual effects can be matched.
The g-value (total solar transmittance) of ordinary U channel glass double glazing is 0.68, and the g-value (total solar transmittance) of citrine U channel glass double glazing is 0.28, which can provide good shading effect and can protect privacy.
|Maintain eco-friendly and benefit the environment|
|Maintain temperature and reduce heat conduction|
|High temperature coloring process|
|Pencil hardness of coating layer up to 7H|
|Various sizes of U channel glass|
|Can be cut to fit your design|
|Unique citrine color for better decoration|
Coated U glass usually adopts double glazing or triple glazing, the schematic diagram is as follows:
The detailed parameters of different installation methods are as follows：
The Ug value is determined according to the European standard EN673.
The g value and light transmittance are according to the European standard EN410.