BAU Munich 2017 - booth report. Day 2. - 17/01/2016.The Devil Is in the Details



By Bogdan Grebenyuk, Product Manager at Thermevo
on May 25, 2017
The devil is in the details - this old saying is certainly applicable in the construction industry. In view of the ever-increasing requirements in terms of energy efficiency and thermal insulation, even slight inaccuracies in manufacturing processes can have a great impact on finished products.
The devil is in the details - this old saying is certainly applicable in the construction industry. In view of the ever-increasing requirements in terms of energy efficiency and thermal insulation, even slight inaccuracies in manufacturing processes can have a great impact on finished products.

The thermal insulation of façades is of particular importance to the window industry because without effective thermal separation, they can quickly form a thermal bridge. Modern materials, such as polyamides, have facilitated improvements in this area, but without exact calculations of projected heat flows and absolute precision in production, such technologies are of little use nowadays. Even tiny inaccuracies of one tenth of a millimetre can promote surface condensation and, therefore, mould can develop causing damage to a building's fabric.

For this reason, we not only offer a pioneering, cost-efficient and time-saving calculation method with Thermevo Flixo Cloud, but we also stand for the highest level of precision in the production of your building components. A maximum deviation of 0.05 millimetres ensures that the insulation strips used can be fitted into the frame of a window perfectly. This makes it possible to prevent thermal bridges effectively - and you are equipped with components that will meet the future requirements of the EnEV standard.

You think 0.05 mm is impressive? Come talk to us at BAU2017 in hall B0 stand 306J. We will show you that 0.05 mm is nothing.


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