This website uses both technical and analytical cookies. You can change your cookie settings at any time. Click on "Change settings". If you agree to the use of cookies, click on "Yes, I agree".
 
Change settings Yes, I agree
 
Data protection notice from Finstral AG
 
 
 

Certified insulation glasses from our own production

Added value glazing from Finstral: the right glass for your needs

If you want something done properly, do it yourself. We at Finstral therefore manufacture all our own standard and special glazing ourselves. In RAL quality, naturally. Our insulation glazing is also certified in accordance with the strict CEKAL quality mark The CEKAL mark stands for high product quality: it is a guarantee that the highest product requirements are met. The voluntary CEKAL certification for laminated insulation glazing places strict quality demands upon individual components. This ensures that not only the final products, but also their components are fully certified..

Our glass is equipped as standard with 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, an insulating 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. gas filling and a translucent thermal protection layer. All this optimises thermal insulation. You can also enhance the performance of your windows with optional special glasses. 

All our glazing can also be combined with our Bodysafe and Multiprotect safety glass. 

Whether for insulation, noise reduction, protection against break-ins or injuries, or keeping out the summer heat: we will be pleased to advise you to ensure that your windows offer you the greatest benefit.
 
 
 
 

The Finstral glass programme

Plus-Valor

Excellence as standard

Plus-Valor, our delivery standard: insulation glazing manufactured with two panes. One pane has a thermal protection layer, while the space between the panes is filled with insulating 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. gas.
 
Thermal insulation: Ug The heat transmittance coefficient – the Ug value – gives the energy loss in watts per square metre of glass at a temperature difference of 1K between the inside and outside. The lower the Ug value, the better the heat insulation properties of the glass. The unit is [W/m²K]. 1.1 W/m²K
Energy gain: g-value The thermal transmittance coefficient – the g-value – indicates how much of the energy impacting upon the glass from the outside reaches the inside through the glass. The higher this value, the more sunlight penetrates the interior via the glazing as warmth. A high g-value means a high heat gain, and thus at the same time relatively small protection from overheating in summer. 0.65
Light transmittance: LT-value 0.82
 
 
 

Super-Valor

Maximum thermal insulation

Super-Valor offers you outstanding thermal insulation. This triple glazing is fitted with two thermal protection layers. It provides excellent thermal insulation in winter while ensuring cool room temperatures in summer. 

Thermal insulation: Ug The heat transmittance coefficient – the Ug value – gives the energy loss in watts per square metre of glass at a temperature difference of 1K between the inside and outside. The lower the Ug value, the better the heat insulation properties of the glass. The unit is [W/m²K]. 0.6 W/m²K
Energy gain: g-value The thermal transmittance coefficient – the g-value – indicates how much of the energy impacting upon the glass from the outside reaches the inside through the glass. The higher this value, the more sunlight penetrates the interior via the glazing as warmth. A high g-value means a high heat gain, and thus at the same time relatively small protection from overheating in summer. 0.54
Light transmittance: LT-value 0.74
 
 
 

Energy-Valor

Maximum thermal insulation and energy gain

Our Energy-Valor triple heat insulation glazing allows plenty of solar energy to enter your rooms. As well as very good thermal insulation characteristics, it produces savings in heating costs. Our favourite for colder regions. 

Thermal insulation: Ug The heat transmittance coefficient – the Ug value – gives the energy loss in watts per square metre of glass at a temperature difference of 1K between the inside and outside. The lower the Ug value, the better the heat insulation properties of the glass. The unit is [W/m²K]. 0.7 W/m²K
Energy gain: g-value The thermal transmittance coefficient – the g-value – indicates how much of the energy impacting upon the glass from the outside reaches the inside through the glass. The higher this value, the more sunlight penetrates the interior via the glazing as warmth. A high g-value means a high heat gain, and thus at the same time relatively small protection from overheating in summer. 0.62
Light transmittance: LT-value 0.73
 
 
 

Plus-Valor Mediterran

Ideal for warm climates

Good thermal insulation, a high degree of light transmittance and slightly less heat transmittance: those are the characteristics of Plus-Valor Mediterran, the ideal glazing for window in warm regions.

Thermal insulation: Ug The heat transmittance coefficient – the Ug value – gives the energy loss in watts per square metre of glass at a temperature difference of 1K between the inside and outside. The lower the Ug value, the better the heat insulation properties of the glass. The unit is [W/m²K]. 1.1 W/m²K
Solar protection: g-value The thermal transmittance coefficient – the g-value – indicates how much of the energy impacting upon the glass from the outside reaches the inside through the glass. The higher this value, the more sunlight penetrates the interior via the glazing as warmth. A high g-value means a high heat gain, and thus at the same time relatively small protection from overheating in summer. 0.48
Light transmittance: LT-value 0.74
 
 
 

Sun-Block

Strong solar protection

Sun-Block solar protection glass offers maximum emittance of the energy impacting on the exterior. Slightly reflective outside, it offers neutral transparency from the inside. It is the ideal glass for window areas that are highly exposed to the sun and for large glazing areas. The outer pane is also of Bodysafe glass as standard. 

Thermal insulation: Ug The heat transmittance coefficient – the Ug value – gives the energy loss in watts per square metre of glass at a temperature difference of 1K between the inside and outside. The lower the Ug value, the better the heat insulation properties of the glass. The unit is [W/m²K]. 1.1 W/m²K
Solar protection: g-value The thermal transmittance coefficient – the g-value – indicates how much of the energy impacting upon the glass from the outside reaches the inside through the glass. The higher this value, the more sunlight penetrates the interior via the glazing as warmth. A high g-value means a high heat gain, and thus at the same time relatively small protection from overheating in summer. 0.28
Light transmittance: LT-value 0.60
 
 
 

Sun-Block 3

Maximum solar protection and excellent thermal insulation

Sun-Block 3 is a triple insulating glazing offering both excellent heat protection and maximum thermal insulation. It is ideal for window surfaces that are highly exposed to the sun and for large glazing areas, especially for buildings in colder regions or with air-conditioned rooms.

Thermal insulation: Ug The heat transmittance coefficient – the Ug value – gives the energy loss in watts per square metre of glass at a temperature difference of 1K between the inside and outside. The lower the Ug value, the better the heat insulation properties of the glass. The unit is [W/m²K]. 0.7 W/m²K
Solar protection: g-value The thermal transmittance coefficient – the g-value – indicates how much of the energy impacting upon the glass from the outside reaches the inside through the glass. The higher this value, the more sunlight penetrates the interior via the glazing as warmth. A high g-value means a high heat gain, and thus at the same time relatively small protection from overheating in summer. 0.26
Light transmittance: LT-value 0.54
 
 
 
 

Safety glass: more than just safety

The ideal glass for you, mounted with the Finstral glazing kit.
Do you want yet more functionality? All our glass types can also be combined with Bodysafe and Multiprotect safety glazing.

Bodysafe

Injury-proof glazing

Bodysafe (ESG ESG - toughened safety glass - is a thermally pre-stressed glass that can tolerate more mechanical and thermal stress than normal glass. It is called safety glass because, when it breaks, no sharp splinters are produced but rather small, blunt-edged glass fragments that substantially reduce the danger of injury. We sell our ESG products under the name of Bodysafe.) glazing is a hardened glass with maximum impact withstand that breaks into blunt pieces rather than splintering, thus minimising the risk of injury. 

This is not its only advantage: normal glass may be affected by a heat gap in the case of a drop shadow or dark objects placed behind the glass, while our hardened glazing is immune to such high temperature differences in the glass.
 
 
 

Multiprotect

Highly-resistant, versatile protection

Multiprotect (VSG VSG – laminated safety glass – refers to two glass panes that are bonded together by a highly tear-resistant foil. The foil helps prevent the individual panes from splintering should the glass break.) glazing consists of two panes bonded together by means of a highly tear-resistant foil. If the glass breaks the foil will capture the shards, meaning there is a very low risk of injury. Its high stability also makes the glass resistant to break-ins and reduces the risk of falls. 

Other advantages include its excellent sound insulation and 100% UV protection of interior surfaces.
 
 
 
 

Decorative glazing

Design glass

Variety in glass

For the individual design of your windows and doors, select your favourite design from our wide range featuring stylish ornamental glass types or sand-blasted motifs.
 
 
 
 

Quality hallmarks of Finstral insulation glazing

Find out here how our glazing contributes to protecting your home effectively from cold, heat, noise and break-ins.
 

Thermal protection and heating cost savings

High thermal insulation lowers heating costs in winter and provides protection from the summer heat.
Our high-quality Plus-Valor and Super-Valor insulation glazing make a major contribution to the very good insulating values of Finstral windows and doors.
 

Solar and heat protection

Finstral's Sun-Control, Sun-Block and Sun-Block 3 glass are all great ways to prevent overheating. The energy striking the outer pane is largely absorbed or reflected and will not enter the room.
 

Sound insulation

Our standard glazing offers good sound insulation values. Our special sound insulation glazing offers still higher protection against noise, allowing you to enjoy peace and quiet at home.
 

Protection against break-ins

Security is a good feeling. The choice of the correct glass is also very important. Our highly resistant Multiprotect safety glass protects your home effectively against burglars.
 

Protection against injury

Safe should mean safe.
The extensive use of glass in private homes also means that safety is of ever increasing importance. Our Bodysafe and Multiprotect safety glazing will offer you maximum protection against injury.
 
 
Focus on Finstral added value