Triple Glazing in Altus Pacific Thermal

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The Altus Pacific Thermal suite has the ability to accept a triple glazed Insulated Glass Unit (IGU). Why is this significant? Not all thermally broken aluminium systems can!

Windows and doors are one of the main sources of heat loss in any building. With triple glazing the thermal efficiency of windows and doors can be significantly improved from standard double glazing that we have become used to in new buildings. The Pacific Thermal suite has 52mm wide glazing platform as a standard option, with windows expandable to 60mm. The effect of this is the ability to use a 38mm IGU in doors, and for larger picture framed windows, an incredible 46mm.

A nylon thermal barrier is incorporated in the Pacific Thermal sections. This prevents heat transfer and considerably reduces the chance of condensation, thus keeping the inside of your home warmer, drier and more comfortable. With triple glazing using low-e and argon gass fill, a standard sized window can achieve a thermal resistance rating (R-Value) of 0.84. This is significantly more than an R-Value of 0.45 for the same non-thermally broken unit (even with low-e and argon double glazing).

For more information on triple glazing options with the Altus Pacific Thermal suite, please contact Altus or one of our window fabricators directly.

Typical details and R-Value comparisons are available for download below. 

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The Altus Pacific Thermal suite has a wider glazing platform to allow a triple glazed unit to fit within it.

Triple Glazing in Altus Pacific Thermal

The Altus Pacific Thermal suite has the ability to accept a triple glazed Insulated Glass Unit (IGU). Why is this significant? Not all thermally broken aluminium systems can!

Windows and doors are one of the main sources of heat loss in any building. With triple glazing the thermal efficiency of windows and doors can be significantly improved from standard double glazing that we have become used to in new buildings. The Pacific Thermal suite has 52mm wide glazing platform as a standard option, with windows expandable to 60mm. The effect of this is the ability to use a 38mm IGU in doors, and for larger picture framed windows, an incredible 46mm.

A nylon thermal barrier is incorporated in the Pacific Thermal sections. This prevents heat transfer and considerably reduces the chance of condensation, thus keeping the inside of your home warmer, drier and more comfortable. With triple glazing using low-e and argon gass fill, a standard sized window can achieve a thermal resistance rating (R-Value) of 0.84. This is significantly more than an R-Value of 0.45 for the same non-thermally broken unit (even with low-e and argon double glazing).

For more information on triple glazing options with the Altus Pacific Thermal suite, please contact Altus or one of our window fabricators directly.

Typical details and R-Value comparisons are available for download below. 

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The Altus Pacific Thermal suite has a wider glazing platform to allow a triple glazed unit to fit within it.

Triple Glazing in Altus Pacific Thermal

The Altus Pacific Thermal suite has the ability to accept a triple glazed Insulated Glass Unit (IGU). Why is this significant? Not all thermally broken aluminium systems can!

Windows and doors are one of the main sources of heat loss in any building. With triple glazing the thermal efficiency of windows and doors can be significantly improved from standard double glazing that we have become used to in new buildings. The Pacific Thermal suite has 52mm wide glazing platform as a standard option, with windows expandable to 60mm. The effect of this is the ability to use a 38mm IGU in doors, and for larger picture framed windows, an incredible 46mm.

A nylon thermal barrier is incorporated in the Pacific Thermal sections. This prevents heat transfer and considerably reduces the chance of condensation, thus keeping the inside of your home warmer, drier and more comfortable. With triple glazing using low-e and argon gass fill, a standard sized window can achieve a thermal resistance rating (R-Value) of 0.84. This is significantly more than an R-Value of 0.45 for the same non-thermally broken unit (even with low-e and argon double glazing).

For more information on triple glazing options with the Altus Pacific Thermal suite, please contact Altus or one of our window fabricators directly.

Typical details and R-Value comparisons are available for download below. 

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Request price / brochure
Downloads
Contact the supplier
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