This is a heat-insulating glass consisting of two or more panes, of perfect planimetry and optical quality, between which there is a sealed chamber of dehydrated air.

The chamber is created using a separating (interleaved) aluminium section joined to the glass by butyl cords which form the first seal.

There is also a second sealing barrier, formed by polysulphide, pressure-injected between the outer edge of the separating frame and the two edges of the glass, whose function is to form the assembly into a compact and elastic block.

The assembly delimits and guarantees a volume of dry air between the two panes. The double sealing barrier allows the air chamber to be remain in perfect conditions over a long period of time.

Naturally, the characteristics and performance of the CLIMALIT will depend on the configuration of the panes.

The 4 faces (or positions) of a chamber glass arrangement are as follows:

Exterior (Face 1-2) / Chamber / (Face 3-4) Interior

Face 2 (exterior glass) and Face 3 (interior glass) are the faces that are enclosed inside the chamber; and Face 1 (exterior glass) and face 4 (interior glass) are the external faces. This set-up is important to remember when assembling different CLIMALIT configurations or even for installing them on site.