insulating single glazing
With its insulating single glazing, Van Ruysdael elaborates on a glass trade that has proven itself effective in our living environment for 2000 years. We kept what was attractive and fine about single glazing; then we added useful new functions. The result is that insulating single glazing has become the strongest, thinnest, most sound-insulating and most effective insulating glass. Insulating single glazing has an exceptionally long life span and reinforces existing window designs, which lowers energy and maintenance costs. By using insulating single glazing, new window frames and compensation techniques are no longer required to be able to live and work in a healthy, safe and comfortable environment.
What is insulating single glazing?
Insulating single glazing consists of two or more unique panes that are homogeneously bound together. The strongly insulating C2E technology® in the glass equips it with many useful functions. This glass is the only insulating glazing that has been developed with the living environment as a starting point. That means that the users, air climate, building, windows, architecture and environment do not need to be adapted to accommodate the insulating glass.
Under certain incidences of light the extremely small precious metal nanoparticles of the C2E technology®, gives the light a chromatic spectrum that is similar to an authentic patina. Under certain lighting conditions, such as incidences of bright sunlight and a dark background, they can appear as a slight diffuse effect in the transparency of the glass. The unique heating effect from the reflection layer of the C2E technology® offers comfort and a considerably healthier living environment.
Insulating single glazing can generally be classified into three main types that lend their name to the manner in which they are manufactured and to their characteristic biases in the glass: traditional, classic and modern. Mouth-blown cylinder glass and other traditional forms of glazing are all unique in their own way and are typical of window panes that were installed before 1920. The traditional insulating single glazing is immediately recognisable by its charming unevenness and reflections that are characteristic of this period. Original classic glass is still produced using traditional production methods that were used in the stylish 1920s, 1930s and 1950s. In modern insulating single glazing, a composition with floatglass, almost entirely flat glass, is recognisable by its clearly defined reflection.