Solar Film Covers Windows of Coca-Cola Building

Coca-Cola BuildingThe Coca Cola headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, was retrofitted with Umisol Infrared Blocking Filter on its windows. The Umisol solar film helps keep the facility cool in the summer and warm during the winter, and the energy efficiency will help the company reduce its emission. By 2050 the European Union aims to reduce emissions by 80-95 percent compared to 1990.

The European Commission’s plan regarding energy focuses on instruments to get the renovation process for public, commercial and private buildings underway and to improve the energy performance of the components used in those buildings. Improving window glazing with Umisol IR Filters is one such opportunity.

The existing windows in the Coca-Cola building were double glazed. To improve the solar gain value, Umisol installed its coated IR film on the 510 windows for a total of 1,660 square meters for the price of $111,116.

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