A new dimension of energy efficiency.
Ideal 8000 is a perfect proposition for everyone who expects an apartment’s comfort at the highest level.
The IDEAL 8000 window system is a combination of state-of-the-art technical solutions to obtain above-average properties, guaranteeing warmth, silence, security and unique aesthetics of the window. Choosing an IDEAL 8000 window system, you choose a top-shelf product in which the quality of the profiles and the materials used are not subject to compromises. The well-thought-out design and profile geometry, combined with available technologies, ensure excellent statics, long-term window function retention and trouble-free operation.
Creating window constructions with low thermal permeability is not only a fashion and interesting fact, it is the lasting and long-term direction of window development techniques. Ideal 8000 system fits perfectly in this way of seeking thermal energy savings by increasing the depth of profiles and the number of internal chambers and the implementation of new glazing technology for window wings.
The profiles’ heat transfer coefficient of Uf=1,0 W/m2K, obtained by research situates the IDEAL 8000 system in the group of solutions of basic importance for investors interested in energy-saving construction. Achieving such results was possible thanks to increasing the depth of the profiles’ construction to 85 mm, the six-chamber profile construction and a design system of three gaskets. The possibility of using energy-saving glass units up to 51 cm wide allows for the creation of windows characterized by very low thermal permeability. For example, a reference window with dimensions of 1230 x 1480 mm using a glazing unit with a coefficient of Ug=0,5 W/m2K achieves a thermal insulation coefficient of Uw=0,76 W/m2K, so that it meets the requirements for windows for so-called passive construction. The IDEAL 8000 system is a classic construction with a middle seal, which guarantees above-average properties in the area of airtightness of the structure, thermal and acoustic insulation.