What is an insulating glazing
Insulating glazing is understood as the glazing of windows made of several layers of glass sheets separated by air or gas. The boards are both airtight and waterproof. The distance between individual boards depends mainly on the type of distance profile. The gas between the sheets can form both air and rare gases such as argon or krypton. Insulating glass has many advantages over traditional glass. Not only is it firmer but also has much better insulation properties. Both the heat and the noise. Double or triple glasses are not only used as windows fillings, but they can also form pergolas , or function as side barriers. They are also commonly used in the door.