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Double glazed windows and doors are an effective way to save energy due to its insulation properties.
Double glazed windows provides an excellent solution to keep the building cool in summers and warm in
winters. It also ensures that unwanted noise pollution is kept out, with outside noise reduced by as much as
35 decibels. Lastly, with two glasses joined together with a spacer in between it adds a level of security
that allows for greater peace of mind.
Tempering is a safety in heat tunnels by using high temperature on a float glass, this in
result increases the strength of a normal glass by 4-5 times. It is capable of withstanding
abrupt temperature changes and high eind pressure. In addition to this, it also provides safety and
security because the broken glass does not shatter and splinters do no fly, hence minimizing the risk
The richness and beauty of ever changing light, streaming through the texture and color of
stained glass creates a soothing atmosphere in the building. Profilez offer a wide range of styles
to choose from which are aesthetically designed to appeal the eyes.
Laminated glass is a type of safety glass that holds together when shatterd. In the event of breaking, it is held
in place by an interlayer, typically of PVB or EVA, between its two or more layers of glass. The interlayer keeps the layers
of glass bonded even when broken, and its high strength prevents the glass when shattered from breaking up into large sharp pieces making it secure
and less prone to injury.
Nowadays, there are various types of glass solutions available.
Selecting the right kind of product is critical in maximizing the benefits possible from glass.
Broadly, glass can be chosen according to the performance needs or for its aesthetic appeal.
For a green building it becomes more important to choose a glass solution that needs to be high performing
without compromising on aesthetics.
One of the best available solutions in glass these days is the Low-E glass.
In order to understand coatings, it’s important to understand the solar energy spectrum or energy
from the sun. Ultraviolet (UV) light, visible light and infrared (IR) light all
occupy different parts of the solar spectrum – the differences between the three are
determined by their wavelengths.
Low-E coatings have been developed to minimize the amount of ultraviolet and
infrared light that can pass through glass without compromising the amount of visible light
that is transmitted. When heat or light energy is absorbed by glass it is either shifted away
by moving air or radiated by the glass surface. The ability of a material to radiate energy
is known as emissivity. Reducing the emissivity of one or more of the window glass surfaces
improves a window’s insulating properties.