FEATURES OF OUR PRODUCTS
ADVANTAGES OF VACUUM SHROUDING
Compared to conventional insulation, VG is more efficient because it saves energy (both heat and cold). In addition, the innovative glass has excellent adaptability, a thin structure, a long service life and the possibility of easy replacement.
VG panes have the property of blocking infrared radiation from the outside by a low-emission coating. In this way, they effectively block heat transfer, and their thermal insulation performance is several times better than insulated glass. VG panes meet all international requirements for heat transfer, both for windows and doors installed in buildings.
Vacuum Glass prevents heat transfer between the indoor and outdoor environments. VG glass returns heat back to the interior, allowing for greater temperature control. The glazing retains more heat by reducing UV radiation, allowing light to pass through the window easily.
Vacuum Glass has the property of sound insulation, making the room quiet in a given room in the very center of the city. This is due to the Vacuum Glass chamber, which blocks the sound from outside without getting inside the room. VG glass also has properties in the field of medium and low frequency sounds, which blocks the penetration of sounds such as road noise.
The glass structure meets the standards of the tempered glass, so that the VG can withstand the pressure of about 20 adults of average weight. VG glass retains its impact strength at low temperature. When the VG glass breaks, it breaks down into small particles. Standard glass can shatter under the same pressure.
Long service life
It provides a material with excellent performance, which has a long life cycle ensuring a high level of vacuum. VG panes are made of very flexible sealing materials, thanks to which they have high resistance to high temperature differences.