Thermal Break

A thermal break is an element of low thermal conductivity placed in an assembly to reduce or prevent the flow of thermal energy between conductive materials. The thermal broken system consists of two independent profiles with similar or unlike shapes connected by “polyamide” strips in order to obtain one monolithic profile having low UV factor and low transmission sound.

This will minimize heat transfer between the interior and exterior of doors and windows, which will improve the energy saving better than traditional systems. Our in-house thermal broken profiles assembling process is done by four single operations: knurling, strip feeding, crimping and testing. The assembling process guarantees tensile, bending, twisting, and slipping strength of the monolithic thermal broken profile.