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Thin, Lightweight Triple Pane Window

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Alias(es)
Thin Triple, Low-e Window, Super Window,
Created 9/25/2018 by Mark Rehley
Updated 4/12/2019 by Mark Rehley
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Description
Primary window using three panes of glass, two standard thickness and a center thin pane of glass.  The thickness and weight are similar to standard double pane windows.
Contributing Org
NEEA (Christopher Dymond)
Market/Commercial Readiness
Level 1 - Not commercially available or limited, pre-commercial availability
Product Performance
Level 3 - Limited Assessment
Program Readiness
Level 2 - Not cost effective, but preliminary analysis shows a pathway to CE
Sector(s)
Commercial
Residential
Energy System(s)
Building Envelope
Energy Subsystem(s)
Windows
Building Type(s)
Residential:Single-Family
Residential:Multi-family
Residential:Manufactured-Home
Commercial:School
Commercial:Residential Care
Commercial:Lodging
Cost and Savings
Unit Cost: N/A
Savings Type: ElectricSavingsOnly
Elec. Unit Savings: N/A
Gas Unit Savings: N/A
Unit: N/A
Benefits and Regional Potential
Non-Energy Benefits: Sound attenuation, thermal comfort
Elec. Potential: N/A
Gas Potential: N/A
Explanation: N/A
EE or DR Benefit
Energy Efficiency Benefit
RTF Research Plan
N/A
RTF Sunset Date
N/A
Additional Information
Low-e coatings and gas filling increase performance.  Research and development has been lead by LBNL. 

https://windows.lbl.gov/triple-glazing-thin-non-structural-center-glass
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