Double glazing or double glazing used to prevent energy loss. A house is composed of various materials. These materials have their own purpose of serving according to their properties. To make your home more efficient, sources of energy transfer must be controlled.
The main source of transfer is doors and windows, you have to check their efficiency. The profile of the doors and windows (Kommerling profile, Profine profile and intelligent aluminum system) and the panels are energy efficient. The highest part of a door or a window is covered with glass. It is therefore essential that the glass does not transfer a lot of energy. So, to solve this problem, double glazing is used.
Double glazing consists of two sheets of glass. Between these double sheets of glass there is filled gas, usually argon is filled. This unit is composed of two sheets of 4mm glass separated by a gap of 16mm or 20mm.
To increase the gap, less the conductivity of thermal energy, this space is filled with inert or noble gases such as argon, krypton and xenon. Commercially Argon is filled in the space to separate two sheets of glazing that acts as a nonconductive medium for thermal energy.
These glass units are then sealed from the periphery to make the unit airtight. These double glazed units are then installed in doors and windows to make them more efficient and installed as interior or exterior beaded windows and doors.
Maintenance of ambient temperature and preservation of energy by double glazing or double glazing.
double glazing door and window in PVC, PVC, PVC, plastic, hardwood, composite and aluminum.