Double-glazed windows are a basic element of a glazing which is used as a part of window and door blocks, and also during creation of facades. Double-glazed windows are a translucent part of window and door blocks which various optics and heatphysical characteristics depending on technical requirements to the operated building can have.
It is possible to refer high noise-insulating, and also heat-insulating properties, long term of operation, a wide choice of special glass to number of the main advantages of double-glazed windows. Structurally double-glazed windows represent the rigid tight design consisting of two (single-chamber) or three (two-chamber double-glazed windows) glasses.
Single-chamber double-glazed windows
Standard thickness of single-chamber double-glazed windows makes 24 mm. Such double-glazed window represents a tight design from two glasses between which there is an air layer.
Two-chamber double-glazed windows
Standard thickness of two-chamber double-glazed windows — 32 mm, it is formed by a formula 4-10-4-10-4 where is "4" a glass thickness, and is "10" thickness of an air layer.