Choosing the right thermal aluminium system: What to consider.
The changing environment, wide variances in temperatures and the high energy costs of cooling and heating buildings, necessitate the use of technologically advanced energy efficient aluminum systems.
A thermal aluminium system prevents energy (heat or cold) from being transmitted from the outside to the inside of your home or vice versa. In energy efficient thermal aluminium systems, the outer aluminum profile is separated from the inner profile by polyamides which act as a thermal break, leading to excellent energy savings for both heating and cooling.
However, in order to achieve maximum thermal insulation, it is also vital to choose energy-efficient glass panes. Glazing takes up the largest surface area of the frame and must be chosen carefully. MUSKITA’s aluminum systems cover all possible frame configurations, including triple glazing, ensuring excellent energy efficiency, sound reduction and safety.
When you combine thermally enhanced aluminium systems with thermally efficient glazing, then the total thermal transmittance of a window could be improved by as much as 50%, ensuring your home will stay warm and cozy, even on the coldest of days.
On the other hand, using non-insulated aluminium systems, consumes up to 40% more energy for heating and cooling. By choosing thermally insulated aluminum systems you can avoid wasting energy and therefore save money.
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