Heated glass is a coated glass with an electrically conductive coating in which the electrical resistance produces heat energy and warms the glass. The coating is protected inside laminated glass or an IGU.
Heated glass is best suited for applications requiring passive condensation control, thermal performance, and high visibility, such as commercial refrigeration, and marine window applications.
Large sizes up to 5180 x 2500 mm can be made. The glass is also toughened due to the operating temperature.