What Is Insulating Glass and What Are Its Main Properties
Publisher:Şen Ortaklar Cam
Insulating glass every year is becoming increasingly popular among customers and manufacturers. That is why interest in this product not only does not subside, but also is constantly growing. In today’s post, we will talk about what is insulating glass and what are its advantages over ordinary glasses.
Insulating glass is suitable for both residential and work premises. Thanks to its main qualities: safety, sound and thermal insulation and UV protection, insulating glass is confidently conquering the glazing market worldwide.
A glass unit made of insulating glass consists of one, two or three chamber glass, tightly interconnected. The more cameras in glass unit, the higher will be its thermal insulation characteristics. Thus, a living or working space becomes more comfortable for those who live or work inside. In addition to this, insulating glasses allow you to completely save on the cost of heating or cooling the room.
What Are The Properties Of Insulating Glass?
Insulating glass is made by hermetically joining two or more glasses, between which a small space is kept filled with air and absorbent material. This production technology allows for a high degree of thermal insulation due to a decrease in heat transfer. The purchase and installation of insulating glass pays off in an average of 1-2 years due to significant savings in heating and cooling costs. In addition, insulating glass has other properties, including:
The increased durability in comparison with ordinary glass;
Sound and heat insulation
High degree of customization. The customer can choose not only the shape of the glass, but also the degree of transparency, color, strength and safety class and more.
Insulating glass allows the production of reflective models that provide a one-way view from the inside to the outside.
Thanks to a wide range of properties, insulating glass can be used in various fields: building facades, windows and doors, balcony partitions, greenhouses, verandas and greenhouses, and much more.