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Trilogy Triple Glazing

The simple & most common method of comparing the energy
performance of windows is to use the U-Value measurement.
Just as we do with walls, floors and roof.


Glass manufacturers have mastered the art of coating glass
with all manner of finishes which can keep the heat in,
unwanted sunlight away, reduce glare and even self-clean.
The net result of this glass engineering means the U-Values of
glazing has been reduced dramatically.

 

The Benefits

• Single glazed windows can have a U-Value of around 5.0W/M2K
• Double glazed windows used to score over 3 and can now achieve 1.4


As a result of these improvements in the manufacturing process, building regulations now insist that any window you install today should have a U-Value no worse than 1.6.


• The standard requirement for triple glazed windows with a U-Value of no more than 0.8, however our next Gen Trilogy range has managed to achieve just 0.6
• The U-Value demanded for walls is currently less than 0.3 so you can see that windows remain weak spots in the overall
thermal efficiency of a building envelope. Hence the tremendous pressure to improve their performance even further.

 

The Benefits

• Single glazed windows can have a U-Value of around
5.0W/M2K
• Double glazed windows used to score over 3 and can now
achieve 1.4
As a result of these improvements in the manufacturing
process, building regulations now insist that any window you
install today should have a U-Value no worse than 1.6.
• The standard requirement for triple glazed windows with a
U-Value of no more than 0.8, however our next Gen Trilogy
range has managed to achieve just 0.6
• The U-Value demanded for walls is currently less than 0.3 so
you can see that windows reamin weak spots in the overall
thermal efficiency of a building envelope. Hence the
tremendous pressure to improve their performance even
further.

Manufacturing Improvements in Glazing

Improvements have been brought about by the introduction of: • Wider cavities between the two glass panes 16mm is the optimum distance. • Low emissivity coatings being added to the glass to stop heat escaping • The cavity being filled with an inert gas, usually Argon • Designing out cold bridges, such as Aluminium spacers.

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Improved Energy Saving
• A-Rated as standard.
• Certified “Energy Saving Recommended” by the Energy Saving Trust.
• Thermal inserts cut heat loss through the frame, Pilkington Energikare glass ensures maximum heat retention and minium heat loss.
• Energy saving Super Spacer.
Stronger
• Sturdier 70mm outer frame with slim-line sash for aesthetics.
• Thermal inserts improve structural rigidity.
• Steel reinforcement where required.
More Environmentally-Friendly
• Lead-Free profile made from Calcium Organic Formulation.
• Low V.O.C. Primer (water-based) used during the lamination process (Foiling). Energy Saving features prevent heat loss.
Reducing C02 emissions and carbon footprint.
• Meets ‘Green’ acreditation BRE A class status (Building research establishment).
Quieter
• Up to 35 decibel reduction of outside noise.
• 35% quieter with Q-Lon seal than post Co-extruded gasket.
• Ease of operation and closing force required to achieve seal.
Better Looking
• New modern design profile with sleek lines.
• Unique interior sculptured beading detail.
• Reduced paint-line fit.
• Low sightline bead as standard for increased glass area.
• Range of lead, bevels and glass.
• Also available in realistic Oak and Rosewood effect finishes.
More Secure
• German Engineered Siegenia-Aubi Trident locking systems.
• Meets stringent BS EN7950 security testing

 

Future Renovations UK is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority FRN 822114. We are a credit broker not a lender and have a facility with one lender.

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DOORS

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  • Bi-Folding doors
  • Porch

Conservatories

  • Poly carbonate
  • Tap co

Future Renovations UK is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority FRN 822114. We are a credit broker not a lender and have a facility with one lender.

WINDOWS

  • Casement windows
  • Sash Windows

DOORS

  • Ultion locks
  • Sweet
  • Composite doors
  • French doors
  • Patio doors
  • Bi-Folding doors
  • Porch

Conservatories

  • Poly carbonate
  • Tap co

Future Renovations UK is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority FRN 822113. We are a credit broker not a lender and have a facility with one lender.

WINDOWS

  • Casement windows
  • Sash Windows

DOORS

  • Ultion locks
  • Sweet
  • Composite doors
  • French doors
  • Patio doors
  • Bi-Folding doors
  • Porch

Conservatories

  • Poly carbonate
  • Tap co
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