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Thermal insulation and heating cost savings

Good thermal insulation reduces heating costs in winter and acts as a heat shield in summer.
Our windows feature modern thermal insulation glazing with high insulation values for the window frames.

 

Well insulated all year round

Optimal thermal insulation helps you reduce your energy costs throughout the year.

High-performance glazing and high-quality frames are important for good thermal insulation and the comfort of your home. Even our basic window glazing features thermal insulation and thermally optimised glass spacer Depending on the glazing structure, the spacer joins two or three single panes into one insulation glass unit. Its function is to seal the cavity between the panes towards the outside. Heat-optimised spacers improve the thermal insulation properties of the window.s.
 

Energy savings in winter: reduce your heating costs!

In winter too cold, in summer too hot: this type of room climate will not only adversely affect your well-being, but also your energy costs. The heating energy consumed with old windows with single or double glazing is three times higher than that with new Finstral windows.
 
 
 
 

Energy savings in summer: give your air-conditioning system a break!

Our standard thermal protection glazing offers excellent protection from the summer heat as well as outstanding thermal insulation in winter.

Your rooms remain pleasantly cool, you only need solar protection later on in the day and air-conditioning costs are significantly reduced.
 
 
 
 

Triple glazing: singularly better

Double thermal protection glazing, with a single-sided coating and argon The cavity between the glazing panes is filled with argon, a noble gas, in order to improve the thermal insulation properties of windows and doors. Argon gas has a greater insulating effect as it does not conduct warmth as well as air. filling, is nowadays the standard for modern window construction.

To further improve your thermal insulation, we recommend our triple glazing. The double coating of the glass and the two cavities between the glazing significantly increase its effectiveness.
 
 
 

The ideal Finstral windows for thermal insulation and heating cost savings

 

Top 90 Classic-line

With its classic lines and standard double glazing, Classic-line offers outstanding thermal insulation and an appealing, contemporary design.

heat insulation:
     
 
UW This is the heat transmittance coefficient of the window element. The value indicates the amount of heat transferred in one hour through one square metre of a component at a temperature difference of one Kelvin (equivalent to 1°C). The lower the heat transmittance coefficient, the less warmth that is lost through the window and the better its heat insulation properties. The unit is [W/m²K]. up to 0.75 W/m²K
 
 
 
 
 

Top 90 Nova-line KAB

Our economical PVC-aluminium solution: the frameless sash Mobile, opening part of a window consisting of the sash frame and the glazing. profile lets more light into your room. And, with its aluminium cladding, the window is more robust, easier to maintain and yet more individual.

heat insulation:
     
 
UW This is the heat transmittance coefficient of the window element. The value indicates the amount of heat transferred in one hour through one square metre of a component at a temperature difference of one Kelvin (equivalent to 1°C). The lower the heat transmittance coefficient, the less warmth that is lost through the window and the better its heat insulation properties. The unit is [W/m²K]. up to 0.78 W/m²K
 
 
 
 
 

FIN-Project Nova-line

This aluminium window has a modern and slender appearance: the frameless sash outline This describes the design of the sash frame. The sash outline gives a window its overall aesthetic impression. The trend is increasingly for slender, modest outlines that almost hide the window frame. on the outside provides your living quarters with plenty of light. Nova-line also offers excellent heat insulation.

heat insulation:
     
 
UW This is the heat transmittance coefficient of the window element. The value indicates the amount of heat transferred in one hour through one square metre of a component at a temperature difference of one Kelvin (equivalent to 1°C). The lower the heat transmittance coefficient, the less warmth that is lost through the window and the better its heat insulation properties. The unit is [W/m²K]. up to 0.82 W/m²K
 
 
 
 

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