This link provides a downloadable pdf copy of Vol 9 of the introductory section of Thermal Properties of Matter compendium published by IFI/Plenum in 1970. The sestion deals with the theoretical background and methods of measurement of the optical properties presented. These include spectral emissivity.
The Raytek North America website includes a table for the emissivity of a large range of non-metallic materials that includes common building materials, ceramics, glasses and natural materials including ice & water in as many as four wavelength regions.
Wavebands covered include 1.0 micrometer (micron), 5.0 microns, 7.9 microns and the 8-14 micron band. No specific data and the limits of the various wavebands and there are many instances where the wavelength region is labelled as “nr” meaning “Not Recommended”.
A Basic Guide to Thermography A PDF Download from the Land Instruments website – (Last modified 15/11/04 -433kb – 14 pages). It contains a table of effective spectral emissivities over the 8 to 14 micrometer waveband for several common industrial and building materials as part of its introduction to Infrared Thermography.
Infrared Theory Notes-(Last updated 04/11/04, PDF Download of 547kb – 43 pages) contains not only some simple explanations of the key features of Radiation Thermometry, how it works and how IR Thermometers work in various measurement situations, but also provides some unique graphical representations of the transmission of glasses (see pages 30-33).
It also discusses thin plastics. In the latter case, see pages 34-36 for unique emissivity data and curves versus material type and thickness at 3.43 micrometers (microns) and explanations of an alternate choice waveband region at 7.9 microns.