Types of glazing units

Although the profile is the base of the window/door, the greatest heat and noise transmission takes place through the glazing, as it has the largest area. That is why the double-glazed window is a detail that should not be neglected. When choosing a glazing unit, it is important to take into account several things that will contribute to our correct assessment:

  • the location of the building and the climatic conditions in the area
  • the orientation of the façade
  • time zone for use of the building (for buildings intended for use only in summer)
  • the opportunity to invest in energy-saving glass, which would lead to a significant reduction in heating and cooling costs

The glazing unit is two or more sheets of glass that are hermetically sealed to each other using a special glue and a spacer. In this way, a hermetically sealed air space is formed between the panes, which is an insulator. The glazing is 80-90% of the window area, which makes it decisive for the heat and sound insulation properties of any window system!

Glass – standard

  • Glass thickness 24 mm,
  • Two transparent float glasses of 4 mm each,
  • Spacer 16 mm, thermal insulation 2.8 W / m2K ,
  • Noise isolation 32 dB, light transmission 91%


Glass – reinforced

  • Thickness – 26 mm
  • Two glasses – 5 or 6 mm on the outside, 4 mm on the inside
  • Spacer 16 mm,
  • Thermal insulation – 2.8 W / m2K
  • Good strength at large sizes
  • Increased noise insulation


Glassware – with low emission glass

  • Glass thickness 24 mm, low emission glass and clear glass 4 mm
  • Spacer 16 mm
  • Thermal insulation 1.9 W / m2K
  • Noise isolation 32 dB
  • Daylight transmission 91%
  • The low-emission glass is coated with an ionized layer of precious metals, which reflects the long-wave spectrum of the infrared rays from the sun’s rays and heating or air conditioning appliances.


Glass package – with tinted glass

  • Thickness – 24 mm
  • Two glasses – externally 4 mm tinted, internally 4 mm transparent
  • Spacer 16 mm,
  • Thermal insulation – 2.8 W / m2K
  • There are variants of tinted glass


Glassware – with reflective / stopsol / glass

  • One colorless float glass with a glass thickness of 4 mm, one reflective glass /green, blue, gray, brown/ with a glass thickness of 4 mm
  • Spacer 16 mm
  • Thermal insulation – 2.7 W / m2.K
  • Noise isolation – 32 dB
  • Daylight penetration – 40% to 60%
  • UV / ultraviolet / radiation protection – 47.5%
  • Protection against IR /infrared/ rays – 61.17%

Stopsol glass has a special coating of metal oxides, applied with pyrolysis during its production. Stopsol glass is designed for additional protection of the premises from ultraviolet solar radiation and creates the effect of a mirror surface. Stopsol glass has a lasting reflection, perfect uniformity and consistency over time and a hard coating, resistant to scratches and stains.