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Glass Thermal insulation

In the construction field, efficient thermal insulation is essential, in order to meet the energy requirements concerning the buildings.
The thermal insulation ensures low heating costs in winter. 
As compared to other construction materials, the cutting-edge thermal insulating glass provides excellent thermal insulation and solar control, combined with high transparency, even for residential use.

Glazing range

WARM-EDGE spacer

The thermal insulation glass range includes double or triple layered glass of various thicknesses, with Low-e ClimaGuard Premium or
ClimaGuard 1.0 glass, with aluminum spacer (standard) or WARM EDGE.

The WARM-EDGE spacer is another possibility to improve the insulation performance of a glass. Its use reduces the risk of condensation on the edges of the glass and improves the Uw thermal transmittance coefficient of the glass.

Thermal Advantage 1.1
Glass type: double layer
Thickness: 24 mm
Argon 90%
Low-E: Climaguard Premium
Ug=1,1 W/m2K

Thermal Advantage 0.6
Glass type: triple layer
Thickness: 38 mm
Argon 90%
Low-E: Climaguard 1.0
Ug=0,6 W/m2K

Thermal Advantage 1.0
Glass type: double layer
Thickness: 24 mm
Argon 90%
Low-E: Climaguard 1.0
Ug=1,0 W/m2K

Thermal Advantage 0.5
Glass type: triple layer
Thickness: 44 mm
Argon 90%
Low-E: Climaguard 1.0
Ug=0,5 W/m2K

Thermal Advantage 0.7
Glass type: triple layer
Thickness: 38 mm
Argon 90%
Low-E: Climaguard Premium
Ug=0,7 W/m2K

Advantages

Energy saving
It significantly reduces heating costs (electricity, gas, oil, wood)

Increased comfort
It almost completely suppresses the cold surface near the glass walls, allowing maximum use of space

More light
The possibility of installing large surface glass while still respecting the current thermal regulations

Environment protection
Reduction of greenhouse gas

DATA SHEET

The Ug Coefficient (W/mpk) defines the heat flux passing through a glass with an area of 1m,
which separates two environments whose temperatures differ by 1 degree Kelvin.
​A low value of this coefficient means a good thermal insulation.

The thermal insulating glass has a layer with a low emissivity (Low Emission), very thin, but efficient, which reflects the heat back into the room.
This layer is positioned within the double layered insulating glass, on the inside part of the room (surface 3). Thus, the energy loss is reduced to half, compared to a similar glass that is not equipped with Low-E layer. As for the triple laminated glass, adding another glass with a Low-E layer (on the surface no. 2) and filling the space between the sheets of glass with Argon, reduces the energy losses to less than a quarter.