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DIFFERENT WINDOW PROFILES AND CHAMBERS – HOW TO MAKE SENSE OF THESE?

timber material

Timber profile:

In timber windows we use two types of profiles – 68 mm and 78 mm. The main differences of these are in thermal and noise insulation properties and in the size of a glass unit that can be inserted in the profiles. 

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PVC profile:

The technology of PVC windows incorporates different widths and chambers. Partition walls add stiffness to the window and each chamber reduces thermal conductivity, which means that the more chambers there are, the smaller the U-value is and the bigger the thermal-resistance of a window is. RehPol manufactures windows with five and six chambers with the widths of 70 mm, 88 mm and 120 mm respectively. By combining the profile and glass unit everyone can order a window meeting his/her specific requirements.