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Thermal Breaking Window
Compared with vinyl, fiberglass and wood frames, aluminum
conducts heat and cold the least well. To reduce heat flow,
HAOMEI offers a Thermally Improved Aluminum frame in select
regions. Thermally Improved Aluminum windows and doors are
equipped with thermal breaks to separate the interior and
exterior surfaces and improve energy efficiency.
The high technical standard of aluminium frames and
state-of-the-art technology guarantee top performances in
terms of optimal thermal and acoustic insulation, good
weather-resistance and high quality safety solutions with
properties, like high strength, good heat insulation, good rigidity,
excellent fireproof, large lighting area, good atmospheric
corrosion resistance, high comprehensive performance, long
service life, good decorative effect. High-grade aluminium
window profile is the first choice for high-end building ’ s
Haomei aluminium window frames manufacturer produces
thermal breaking window with following advantages:
Reduce heat conduction: the thermal conductivity of thermal
breaking window is 1.8 ~ 3.5W / m2 "k" h, much lower than the
general aluminum alloy of 140 ~ 170W / m2 "k" h;
Prevent condensation: the internal surface temperature of the
profile with insulation bar is close to the indoor temperature, it
reduces the possibility of condensation on the surface of
Energy saving: In winter, aluminium window frames with
insulated bars reduce the amount of heat lost by one-third; in
summer, window frames with heat shields are more able to
reduce energy loss if air conditioning on.
Protection of the environment: the application of insulation
systems can reduce energy consumption, while reducing
environmental radiation caused by air conditioning and heating