TYPE OF WINDOWS & DOORS
 

GLASS

Choosing your glass carefully will add to the interior comfort. Glass should be selected on the basis of thermal and sound insulation requirement and safety requirement.

 

Float/Annealed Glass: Standard flat glass which is generally used in windows where there is not much requirement of thermal/sound/ safety.

 

Tinted Float Annealed Glass: These are standard float glass, but pigmented in various colors in order to typically absorb solar radiation. Tinted glass takes care to a smaller extent of thermal insulation and to larger extent of solar radiation.

 

Reflective Float Glass: These are float glass with metallic coating thus helping to reflect back solar radiation giving better thermal insulation than tinted glass.  Further since  it reflects light during daytime it ensure minimum visibility from outside.

 

Tempered/ Toughened Glass: These are float glass which have been tempered under very high temperatures, thus making them many times stronger than normal float glass. Due to heating they become brittle and because of that when broken they shatter into small pieces like automotive glass.

 

Laminated/ Shatter Proof Glass: When two glass sheets of any of the above mentioned glassed are sandwiched together with one or more layers of PVB plastic or resin it is called laminated glass. The process of sandwiching / lamination makes the glass much stronger and prevents easy breakage.

   Double Glazing: A double glazed window consists of two panes of glass, bonded to a spacer and separated by a sealed air space. Because this space is fully sealed it acts as an insulator, keeping your HOME at a comfortable temperature in all weathers. It also reduces noise and saves energy to a greater extent.

Double Glazing
The insulating glass is a free fabricated unit made of to glass panes supreted by air gap and edges sealed together.



Triple Glazing

Triple glazing is the introduction of a third glass with a second air gap unit which help in providing greater insulation thereby providing greater energy saving and greater sound insulation. It is generally installed where sound insulation of 40 db is required.

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