Thermal separation of windows, doors and façades

Plastic insulating strips are a vital component of modern window, door or façade systems made of metal. They separate aluminium frames thermally from each other, thereby reducing loss of heat to a minimum. insulbar insulating profiles are available in many shapes and different materials. Depending on the window type and climatic conditions, all requirements for a window system can be fulfilled.

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insulbar thermal insulation of windows, doors and façades made of aluminium.

Thermal separation

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In a nutshell: that’s thermal separation.

Benefits

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The key advantages for system manufacturers and processors at a glance.

Applications

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Always the right insulating profile – for any type of window and opening.

Geometries

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Ensinger offers insulbar insulating bars in different forms and depths with many functional zones and for special applications.

Materials

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insulbar insulating profiles are available in many Ensinger standard and non-standard materials.

Process engineering

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The latest production processes and Ensinger’s unique plastics know-how form the solid basis of top insulbar quality.

Handling

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Important notes on transporting, storing and handling insulbar insulating strips.