AMA Tower Residences employs eco-friendly tech

Published in Manila Bulletin on January 20, 2015 Page B6

Published in Manila Bulletin on January 20, 2015 Page B6

AMA Tower Residences employs green technology towards achieving energy efficiency to its residents. This is done by using low-e glass windows that absorb heat from direct sunlight, allowing brightness to enter the unit while reflecting back heat to the source.

The “e” in low-e glass stands for emissivity, which refers to the ratio of heat released by a surface. Compared with ordinary glass, the amount of heat conducted through low-e glass is around 30 percent less. This is because low-e glasses are glazed with ultra-thin metallic coating.

Unlike the car window tint, metallic oxide coating is invisible to the naked eye. It transmits short wave energy (visible light from the sun) and reflects long wave radiation energy (heat from the sun).

The project harnesses the advantages of low-e glass to give unit owners value-for-money investments.

Aside from this, the 34-story small office-home office condominium designed with contemporary architecture also offers an ideal location that is close to commercial and business centers, universities and health institutions.

Its amenities include swimming pools, gym, landscaped areas and multipurpose hall as well as CCTV security and high-speed Wi-Fi connectivity accessible to every corner of its 34 floors. Different types of stylish units (studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, bi-level and loft) are also designed according to the urbanites’ multi-faceted lifestyle.

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