About glass packages

Window and door glass packages form a large area of ​​the product, which is why most of the heat is lost through window glass or glass package. Because of this, the thermal insulation properties of a window depend to a large extent on its glazing type.

High-quality, energy-saving MEGRAME glass packets are used to glaze windows, doors and aluminum structures. Using different types of glass, different number of sheets of glass, different types and properties of sealed glass packages are produced. Glass packets are used for GUARDIAN, AGC and other high-quality glass.

MEGRAME glass packages are made with selective glass. Selective glass is a glass coated with a special coating that holds off and does not release heat from the room and thus greatly improves the thermal insulation properties of the glass package. In a selective glass, a special film is on the inside of the glass package. Selective glass is produced by coating a glass with metal oxide film, which reflects from 40% to 70% of the heat. In this way the room's heat returns to the room. The heat transfer coefficient U of glass packets ranges from 0.5 W / m2K to 1.7 W / m2K.

In order to have an exterior or interior of an aesthetically beautiful building, to preserve the requirements of historical cultural heritage, glass packs can be produced with imitation divisions or otherwise - "prisms" which are glued on a glass packet or placed inside a glass packet. Also available double-glazed windows and stained glass windows


Number of glasses in a glass package.

You can choose between 2 and 3 glass panes. 3 glass panes are almost 2 times warmer than the standard 2 glass panes.

Number of selective glasses in the glass package.

In the case of glass panes of 2 glasses, the selective glass is 1, in the case of glass panes of 3 glasses, the selective glasses may be 1 or 2.

Optimization of the gap between glasses in a glass package.

Recommended optimum 12, 14, 16, 18, 20 mm thick frames. It is not recommended to choose 3 glass panes if the gap between the glasses is 8-10 mm because of the deterioration of the thermal properties of the glass package and the higher heat loss.

The gap between the glasses is filled with argon, krypton or other gases.

Glass packets filled with argon gas are 20% warmer.

Glass frame material (aluminum or plastic).

Plastic (or other thermoforming) improves the thermal properties of the package and reduces trapping at the edges of the glass package.

Maximum heat effect is achieved

when the windows and doors are glazed in 3 glass panes filled with argon gas, with 2 selective glasses and warm plastic thermo glass between the windows. The warmer the package you choose, the lower the heat loss, the less you need to use electricity, fuel or other energy resources - the lower the heating costs.