DOUBLE PANE SYSTEM
Conventional modern double panes (double glazing) have a gap between the two panes filled with air, limiting the loss of heat associated with both single-glazed windows and with the older types of double glazing where the panes did not have air between them.
The advantages of the double pane system include:
- High penetration of natural light
- Sound and thermal insulation
ENERGY EFFICIENT PANE SYSTEM
The energy efficient window pane system has the property of reducing the radiation of energy out through the colder side of the pane. This property helps to preserve the warmth of the home in winter inside, while in summer the environmental heat is kept out, reducing energy bills (for heating or air-conditioning respectively).
TRIPLE-PANE ENERGY EFFICIENT SYSTEM
The triple-pane energy efficient system, known as triple-glazing, employs the maximum number of parallel panes. The new generation of window frames in combination with triple glazing ensure excellent thermal and sound insulation and security.
The panes are separated by spacers of aluminium, other metal or synthetic material. The gaps between them are filled with a desiccating agent able to absorb water, to avoid any water accumulation between the panes with the resulting annoying fogginess.