Monthly Archives: March 2017
With the ever growing focus on global warming and the growing efforts to reduce our carbon foot print, more and more people are looking to “green” heating options for their homes. This is where solar panels and thermodynamic panels come into play. Solar Panels have been a popular choice for home owners and businesses alike, creating green energy that can be used to help power their homes and places of work. In more recent times, Thermodynamic Panels have started to become more popular for the green minded property owners. We are looking at both, to decide which is the best option for your clean energy.
Solar Panels have been available for a number of years and can be seen all over the world. On a smaller scale, you can see solar panels on the roofs of homes and businesses, using the sun to create additional energy. On a more …
The crystals or double glazing exploit the fact that air is a poor conductor of heat. They are made of two sheets of glass separated by a layer of air or gas, such as argon, which is even worse a conductor of heat than air.
There are different thicknesses for example “4/16/4”, “4/12/4” or “4/6/4”. These figures represent the thicknesses in millimeters of the constituents of a double crystal. For example, “4/6/4” refers to 4 mm for the first glass, 6 mm for the air chamber and 4 mm for the second glass. The greater the thickness of the air chamber, the greater the insulation.
There are also for sale, asymmetric double crystals, for example, “10/6/4″. In this case, the outer glass is the thickest for better sound insulation.
There are also triple crystals, much more insulating but also heavier and more expensive. Greater thermal and acoustic insulation.
The double glass reduces the ” cold …