Insulating glass units are made up of two or more glass sheets that immobilize the air inside them so as to grant poor thermal conductivity.
The glass plates are joined together by a spacer frame of metallic or polymeric material and are separated by a layer of air or noble gas.
Inside the frame, dehydrated salts are placed in order to eliminate any traces of water vapor remaining in the cavity, thus ensuring maximum transparency and avoiding condensation.
Subsequently the insulating glass is closed to its perimeter with a first polysulfide barrier, which does not allow water vapors to ruin the glazing glass, and a second silicon barrier that sets the assembly.
The advantages of insulating glass:
- Elimination of cold areas in rooms
- Reduction of condensation,
- Cut on heating costs,
- Cutting on air conditioning costs,
- Reduction of CO2 emissions,
- Radical noise attenuation.
Operation of the insulated glass
Ug Value: Indicates thermal transmittance, ie the average heat flow through the glass separating two places at different temperatures.
G Value: Represents the ratio of the total energy transmitted to the room where the glazing wall is located and the solar energy incident on the glazing itself.
Sav2000 insulating glass:
- Low emissivity
- With Venetian blind
- With "warm edge"
|Glazing glass types||TL (%)
|3+3 F.IS./16/3+3 B.EMISSION||77||56||39||1,4||1,1|
|4 B.EM./16/4/16/4 B.EM.||71||50||31||0,8||0,6|
|3+3 B.EM./16/4/16/3+3 B.EM.||69||46||36||0,8||0,6|
|4 B.EM.+4/16/4/16/3+3 B.EM.||70||50||35||0,8||0,6|
|6+6.2 F.IS./20/4+4.1 F.IS. B.EM.||73||51||50||1,4||1,1|