‘Warm edge’ stops cold bridges and reduces moisture
The window doesn’t only lose heat through the glass, but also via the edge bond and the frame. With GAYKO ‘warm edge’, the losses in the edge bond of the panes are reduced to a minimum. The ‘warm edge’ reliably prevents the formation of a cold bridge here, hence improving the isotherm currents significantly. The surface of the glass retains the same temperature at the edge as, for example, in the middle. The shifting of the dew point effectively reduces the formation of condensation and the growth of mould. The ‘warm edge’ is standard in all GAYKO double insulated glazing with Ug 1.1 W/(m2K); it is optionally available for super triple insulated glazing.
High-tech insulating glass units
In windows intended to provide optimal thermal insulation, the glazing plays an important role. GAYKO already offers you very good high-tech insulated glazing with a Ug value of 1.1 W/(m²K) in the standard version. With Gayko Super insulating glass units you get the best values of all: The triple pane argon gas-filled construction achieves the outstanding Ug value of 0.5 W/(m2K), which makes it suitable even for passive houses.