What is Relative Heat Gain (RHG)?
Relative Heat Gain (RHG) is the amount of heat gain through a glass product taking into consideration the effects of solar heat gain (shading coefficient) and conductive heat gain (U-value). The lower the RHG, the greater the glass restricts heat gain.
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