How condensations are produced in glazing of simple glass or glasses of chamber in the interior sides?
This question is answered in this diagram and in the following example: In a room with a relative humidity of 60%, we have to draw a horizontal line towards the curves, which show the performance of the different glazing with the already mentioned coefficients K. From these points, where the lines cross, we draw a vertical line which also crosses whit another horizontal line which shows the temperature inside the building, in this example 21º C. The exterior temperature in which the glass begins to steam, is interpreted with the figures that appear in the lower and right sides of this charts. This example shows that a monolithic glass with thermal coefficient k=5 will steam at an exterior temperature of 8ºC, a double-glazing with a k=2,4, will do at -4ºC and a Isolar Neutralux glazing with a k=1.3 will not steam until there is an exterior temperature of -20ºC.
Isolar guarantees its products for a period of 10 years from the date of manufacture, for any fault, which reduces visibility due to condensation or dust deposited over the interior side of the transparent glasses.
This guarantee is valid provided that the normal conditions of use of Isolar have been observed.