Glass Units

Types of Panes

Single-chamber glass pane

Standard single-chamber insulating glass unit consisting of two panes of glass. In the space between the panes there is a argon gas, which further reduces the heat transfer coefficient U.

Specification

  • two panes, one of which is coated with a low-carbon coating;
  • standard construction of a single-chamber pane – 4/16/4;
  • possibility of building packages of different width;
  • aluminium distance frames as standard;
  • as standard, filled with argon;
  • possibility of using warm distance frames;
  • possibility of filling the panes with krypton;

Two-chamber glass pane

A solution that increases the thermal parameters of the window and thus provides much greater thermal comfort than single-chamber windows. Manufactured using a warm distance sapcer, they can be successfully used in energy-efficient constructions. Thermal transmittance coefficient U from 0.4 to 0.8 W/m2K.

Specification

  • three panes, one of which is coated with a low-carbon coating;
    standard construction of a double-chamber pane – 4/12/4/12/4;
  • possibility of building packages of different width;
  • aluminium distance spacers as standard;
  • filled with argon;
  • possibility of filling the panes with krypton;

Sound absorbing glass pane

Laminated glass with special acoustic foil placed between the glass panes. Glazing increases acoustic comfort in the interior providing an exceptional level of soundproofing. Acoustic glazing can be used in both, residential and public buildings.

Specification

  • External side: laminate made of float glass and sound absorbing foil;
  • inner side: float glass with a low emission coating;
  • aluminium distance frame;
  • glass filled with Argon;

Safety glass pane

The safety glass, thanks to its unique construction, is characterized by increased resistance to breaking or shattering. In the event of breakage, the glass remains attached to the film, making it unlikely that people will be injured. The film makes it difficult to break through the glass.

Specification

  • External side: two panes of float glass joined by a 1 mm thick film;
  • inner side: a sheet of float glass;
  • aluminium distance frame;
  • argon-filled glass;

Sun protection glass pane

The sun protection glazing on the outside is covered with a special layer of film, which reduces the flow of sunlight entering the building. The glass not only reflects and absorbs heat, but also filters light to reduce glare. Sun protection glass can reduce the costs associated with the use of air conditioners in the summer and reduce the use of sun shades.

Specification

  • high light transmission;
  • limited amount of heat entering the interior by more than 30% compared to the traditional one;
  • high efficiency glazing units;
  • very good Ug value of 1.1 W/m2K;
  • neutral appearance of objects viewed through the glass and in reflection;

Anti-burglary glass pane

Anti-burglary glass effectively reduce the risk of burglary or theft. We recommend glazing with resistance class P2 (two sheets of glass and two layers of film) and P4 (two sheets of glass and four layers of film). Thanks to the laminate, anti-burglary glazing not only provides security, but also dampens sound waves and protects against excessive solar radiation.

Specification

  • External side: laminate made of glass and PVB film (2 or 4 layers of film and glass);
  • inner side: float glass;
  • aluminium distance frame;
  • Glass chamber filled with Argon;