Double-glazed window "WARM" DISTANCE
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- Country of manufactureMoldova
The most "vulnerable" place in the window, from the point of view of heat loss, is the edge zone in the glass unit. Most often, manufacturers install aluminum spacers in double - glazed windows. They conduct the cold and reduce the temperature of the glass from the inside of the window. Based on generally accepted standards, the heat transfer resistance in window structures is determined with a correction factor that takes into account heat loss precisely in the area where the glass adjoins the spacer (edge area).
Advantages of thermal distances, or why is this distance called "warm"?
- The thermal conductivity is 950 times less than that of the aluminum distance.
- Reduces the risk of fogging around the window edges.
- Polymer distance reduces heat loss of a glass unit in the edge zone.
To a large extent, it prevents the formation of condensation and ice, when they appear, mold, which is extremely undesirable in the house and dangerous to health, appears.
- It helps to maintain the tightness of glass units for a long time.
- The sound insulation of double - glazed windows is 18% higher in comparison with analogs with a distance made of aluminum.
- Double - glazed windows, equipped with a polymer distance, have increased shock resistance and are able to withstand stronger household shocks than double - glazed windows with an aluminum distance.