Suspended Film Technology for Insulating Glass Units (34:49)

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This cpd reviews thermal insulation requirements for glazing and introduces the invisible suspended film technology for insulated glass units as the new solution. It discusses the benefits of this technology and key considerations for specification. By the end of the CPD you should have a greater understanding of:
- By incorporating an invisible suspended film within the cavity of an IGU, the glazing is thinner and lighter than traditional triple glaze units.
- The low weight characteristic enables thermal insulation without compromising on pane size and natural light.
- It offers many environmental benefits such as reduced energy consumption and carbon emission.
- The audience gains confidence in specifying the solution with the above understanding and project examples.
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