Warm E from Glaverbel: a New Spacer for Super-insulating Double Glazing

Glaverbel proudly announces its new Warm E spacer, designed for use with super-insulating glazing units.

Warm E represents another step forward in enhanced thermal insulation of windows made of insulating glazing.Warm E technologyWarm E is a polymer spacer with low thermal conductivity which reduces heat loss around the edges of the glazing unit.A stainless-steel film covering the part of the spacer coming into contact with the sealing and weatherproof compounds provides additional protection. Warm E delivers 10 times the thermal insulation of traditional metal spacers.

Advantages of Warm E spacers
Warm E spacers have numerous advantages over traditional metal spacers:

- enhanced thermal insulation;
- additional energy savings;
- added comfort;
- a reduced risk of condensation around the edges;
- wooden window frames require less frequent cleaning and painting;
- available in various colours and thicknesses.

Warm E, the perfect partner for Glaverbel's insulating glasses
Use of a high-quality window frame (wood, aluminium, PVC) together with Glaverbel's high-performance double glazing (Thermobel EnergyN, StarliteN or Stopray, whichever best suits your application) and a Warm E spacer will considerably improve thermal performance and bring you a step closer to that elusive goal of achieving optimal comfort.

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