The hottest low radiation glass technology of CSG

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CSG's low radiation glass technology has been upgraded and new products have become the new favorite of the industry

the industry predicts that the future focus of CSG, whose performance has increased significantly, lies in Low-E glass. Low-E glass, also known as low radiation glass, is a film product composed of multilayer metals or other compounds on the glass surface. Its coating layer has the characteristics of high transmission of visible light and high reflection of mid and far infrared rays, which makes it have obvious advantages over ordinary glass and traditional coated glass for buildings. It has excellent thermal performance, and can greatly reduce the fuel consumed for heating, thereby reducing the emission of harmful gases. At the same time, it has good optical performance, which not only ensures the good daylighting of the building, but also avoids the light pollution caused by the light reflection of large-area glass curtain walls and hollow glass doors and windows in the past, creating a softer and more comfortable light environment

insiders predict that civil housing will have a broad market space in the future. With the continuous improvement of per capita housing consumption level (1) selection and installation of clamping blocks;, The sensitivity to the higher cost of Low-E glass will continue to decrease, and the natural growth of Low-E glass demand can maintain a relatively fast speed;. In the current context of energy conservation and emission reduction, policies related to building energy conservation will boost the rapid growth of industry demand. According to foreign experience, policies are the key driving factor of the inflection point of industry demand growth

it is predicted that Low-E is expected to maintain a high growth rate of more than 40% in the next five years, and the industry contains large investment opportunities

low-e capacity advantage is second to none: CSG's engineering glass (offline Low-E) has four production bases in the East, West, North and south, namely Wujiang, Chengdu, Dongguan and Tianjin, with the actual maximum capacity of about 12million square meters. From 2011 to 2012, the company will have five Low-E production lines put into production successively. At that time, CSG will have a total Low-E production capacity of about 24million square meters, and the capacity experimental data cannot be saved and printed). The rapid launch will enable the company to maximize the high profits brought by the industry boom

in addition, yaopi glass and Shandong Yaohua have a low-E glass production line respectively. Among them, the Low-E glass production line of yaopi glass was put into operation in Changzhou, Jiangsu Province in October 2009

at present, China's building energy consumption accounts for more than one-third of the country's total energy consumption. The unit energy consumption level of civil and public buildings is four times that of Europe and three times that of the United States. Buildings that do not save energy account for 95%. The energy consumption of heat transfer through doors and windows accounts for about 28% of the building energy consumption, and the energy consumption of air infiltration through doors and windows accounts for about 27% of the building energy consumption. The use of Low-E glass can achieve the effect of "warm in winter and cool in summer", which has excellent heat insulation and heat preservation performance

low-e glass in China is not simply due to the reduction of charging items and the reduction of costs. The application rate in many countries is quite high, such as 92% in Germany, 90% in South Korea and 75% in Poland, while the penetration rate of energy-saving glass in China is only 10% and that of Low-E glass is only 2%. Under the new policy environment, the industry potential of Low-E glass may be further released

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