Architectural Mesh. Building Envelope and noble Sun Protection.
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ARCHITECTURAL WIRE MESH. BUILDING ENVELOPE AND NOBLE SUN PROTECTION.

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EFFECTIVE SUN PROTECTION. TRANSPARENCY FOR THE BEST INDOOR CLIMATE. Exterior sunlight protection with architectural mesh is significantly more effective compared to interior systems. In addition, the excellent protective effect is combined with a whole series of additional advantages and, not least, provides financial benefits by reducing energy costs for air conditioning. Incident solar radiation is optimally filtered and the warming of the façade significantly reduced. The transparency of the mesh enhances the façade‘s optical effect, and at the same time maintains the look of the...

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With puristic aesthetics, the shimmering metallic effect of the stainless-steel mesh in sunlight brings out the overall architectural concept. Excellent view from inside Depending on the selected mesh type, Effective shading the façade appears to be extremely The structure of the architectural wire transparent from the inside mainly due mesh provides effective shading, to the viewing angle and the natural particularly with a high angle of sunlight incidence in summer. Solar energy can be used to reduce heating Fixed and removable solutions costs in winter with a low angle of Wire mesh is...

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BEST VALUE. DESIGN SHOWS IMPACT. Appropriate key figures are used to objectively determine the effect of sunlight protection (including to determine additional air conditioning requirements). As such the g-value (total energy transmittance) refers to the proportion of solar energy that makes its way through a transparent component, for example a window. A g-value of 0.6 means that 60% of the solar energy reaches the interior, either as direct solar radiation or by heating the system and transmitting heat inside. The interaction of the entire façade system needs to be borne in mind when...

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Excellent shading effect With a sunlight incidence angle of 60° and double glazing, most architectural mesh types achieve a reduction in transmitted solar energy of between 40% and 70%. In combination with corresponding sun protection glazing, they even achieve g-values of between 0.1 and 0.18 with the same incidence angle. The mesh type LARGO-TWIST 2045 specifically designed for sunlight protection goes even further. At a 60° sunlight incidence angle, the energy transmission is reduced by more than 90%. This allows a g-value of 0.02 in combination with sun protection glazing. Values in...

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