Based on a 55,000 sq ft (5,000 sq m floor space), 3 story building, with a window to wall ratio of 20% on all exposures.Examples: small office, school, or retail.
Based on a 160,000 sq ft (15,000 sq m floor space), 5 story building, with a window to wall ratio of 50% on all exposures.Examples: office building, hotel
Please contact your Vista representative for information regarding energy saving window film with triple pane and other glass types not shown.
If you do not see a city located near you in the drop down menu, please submit a request for a complimentary energy analysis for your area.
The lower the Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC), the less solar heat is transmitted. The SHGC, or g-value in some countries, is the fraction of incident solar radiation that passes through a window. SHGC is expressed as a number between 0 and 1.
What does CO2 reduction mean?A reduction in CO2 would be equivalent to removing 32-watt fluorescent lamps which also equates to removing of all lamps in a typical building.
CO2 Reduction Explained:A reduction in lb of CO2 would be equivalent to removing 60-watt light bulbs.
The Energy Savings Calculator uses the U.S. Department of Energy's DOE-2 energy simulation program, along with average energy costs for your area, to calculate expected savings. Actual savings are dependent upon many factors including actual local energy costs, glass type, film type, shading of glass from overhangs and adjacent buildings. Consult with an EnerLogic film dealer for a detailed and more accurate assessment.
UV Reduction Explained:A reduction of 99.9% of damaging ultraviolet rays helps protect home furnishings, carpet and wood surfaces from premature fading.
Using a 60 watt light bulb for one hour consumes 0.06 kilowatt hours of electricity. Using a 60 watt light bulb for one thousand hours consumes 60 kilowatt hours of electricity.
Energy and cost savings results shown are based on a typical existing two-story home, with a window to wall ratio of 20% on all exposures, 2 foot (60 cm) exterior overhangs shading all windows, with film installed on all elevations.
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