Transparency

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ISO-roll: Optimal protection from Sun and heat with foil Rollo in between the panes in the face of rising energy costs is the Supreme objective of to keep modern expensive heating energy and the gained solar heat in the room glass technology and not to lose out. This is ensured by the UG-value (coefficient of heat transmission). The smaller the heat loss through the window glass and the more fuel is this value, the less can save yourself in the cold season. “ISO-roll m K can reduce the UG-value to 0.8 W / m and inclined” installation to 0! The excellent consumption figures also making their presence felt at selling or renting positively in the energy performance certificate and significantly increase the value of the property. Also to note is the contribution to environmental conservation.

Stephanskirchen, March 2012 – for best sun protection values known ISO-roll for decades. At the same time is also a highly efficient thermal insulation system for roof and barrel Aden glazing, ISO-roll with the significant advantages especially for sloped glazing to the validity come. The UG-value deteriorated physical reasons for inclined installation of insulating glass against a vertical installation. This adverse effect is however almost compensated with the multi-talented ISO-roll. The proven product is available with a foil roller blind electrically operated between the panes with 2 – or triple insulating glass. The roller blind is absolutely maintenance-free, and remains always clean. The use of ISO-roll leads to a significant improvement of heat insulation and considerable energy savings.

Also, it saves energy costs by taking advantage of the solar gain of the warming sunlight. The blind demand: Transparency or darkening ISO-roll offers a wide range of applications. Choose between transparent or opaque. (Source: Marc Bistricer). Slides with varying degrees of light transmission are available in the transparent version. Also when you closed rollover remains the view outside.

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