ENERGY-SAVING EFFECT OF ALUMINUM WINDOWS
Why is the thermal insulation effect of broken bridge aluminum windows good? Is the thermal effect of broken bridge aluminum windows good? The broken aluminum window profile is made of a combination of aluminum alloy profiles and thermoplastic mixed material heat insulation strips. Rolled heat insulation aluminum alloy profiles pass high-density polyamide PA66 rubber strips or polyvinyl chloride plastics with good thermal insulation properties.
The strips are rolled and processed to make the aluminum and plastic connected together. The foamed heat-insulating aluminum profile uses heat insulation strips to connect and embed the inner and outer aluminum profiles into a whole. The formed heat-insulating cavity is filled with polyurethane foam to become a “cold bridge” of heat-insulating aluminum alloy profiles to achieve thermal insulation. Energy-saving effect