SGG Diamant in an unique 'extra clear' High Clarity and High Definition float glass from Saint-Gobain. A result of Saint-Gobain's continuous world class research and development, SGG Diamant is significantly clearer than regular clear glass making it the world's clearest. The glass has very low iron oxide content, that gives it the extra clear properties.
Welcome to a life, now in High Definition.
SGG Diamant is suited for many applications where the primary requirements are aesthetics, transparency and optical clarity.
SGG Diamant high definition detailing and pure colour rendering complements the display of luxurious lifestyle products giving them the showcase they deserve.
The crystal clear edges of SGG Diamant enable one to create striginkly beautiful furniture models wholly made of glass. They can also be blended with traditional materials. SGG Diamant finds a variety of applications in furniture - tables, table tops, glass shutters and more.
SGG Diamant guarantees clearest and high-definition views making it a must for jewellery and lifestyle outlets.
Interior Design and Decoration
SGG Diamant is best suited for value added applications specifically acid etching, screen/digital printing, sand blasting among others. These value added applications are widely used as partitions, doors, shower enclosures etc.
Given SGG Diamant's highest light transmittance and superior transparency, it is the first choice for use in the manufacturing of protective photovoltaic panels.
Manufacturing and Processing
SGG Diamant can be tempered, laminated and heat strengthened like regular clear glass float glass. It is manufactured in accordance with EN 572-2.
Available in thicknesses of 8, 10 and 12 mm; and sizes of 3660*2440, 2440*1830, 2440*1220 mm. Upon special request 12 mm will be available in 3660*2770 and 3660*2140 mm sizes.
|VISIBLE LIGHT FACTORS|
|External Reflection RLe(%)||8||8||8|
|Internal Refelction RLi(%)||8||8||8|
|SOLAR ENERGY FACTORS|
|External Reflectance REe(%)||8||8||8|
|Solar Factor gEN 410||0.89||0.88||0.88|
|Shading coefficient SC ISO 9050 MI||1.02||1.01||1.00|