Electrically heated glass
Electrically heated glass consist of several layers of thermally treated glass panels, one of the panels is covered with a special conducting low-emission coating based on metal oxides, which carries out functions of a heating element. The light transmission and the appearance of the glass remain unchanged when heated.
ELECTRICAL HEATED GLASS
“AKMA” manufactures its own electrically heated glass of any difficulty with an individual approach to every project. Annually the company produces about 3,500 sq meters of electrically heated glazing.
With the use of this technology we have implemented such projects as MIBC “Moscow City” (Moscow), airport “Domodedovo-2” (Moscow oblast), philharmonia in the park «Zaryadye» (Moscow), “ExpoForum” (Saint Petersburg), hotel chain Hilton, glazing of ships and other private facilities.
To calculate the cost of the glazing and to clarify the production time you can contact us. Also, with some prior negotiations, you can personally visit the production and learn more about manufacturing technology.
|Product thickness||Possibility of|
|Screen printing||Color printing||Glass product|
|>= 20 mm||+||+||+|
ELECTRICAL HEATED GLASS
The maximum size of an electrically heated glass products is 5000×2800 mm
Temperature of heating with respect to the environment – from 1 to 70 ° C
Voltage – 230 V
Recommended heating power depending on the purpose
|Purpose of the electrically heated glass||Consumed electric power Watt/m²||Glass temperature/ °С|
|Anti-icing (transparent roof and canopy)||300-700||+20…+40|
|Creating a comfortable zone near the window||100-250||+8…+15|
|Window condensation elimination||100-300||+8…+20|
Temperature of the glass surface in relation to the power
|Power emission on the glass watt/m²||Temperature of the glass, °С|
|At an ambient temperature of 0 °С||At an ambient temperature of 20°С|
Scope of application
Insulating glass units or laminated glass with heating capabilities are often used for the following purposes:
– protection of roofs and inclined surfaces from the “snow cap” and ice;
– windows, stained-glass, balconies, glass partitions with heating;
– heating for swimming pools, winter gardens, greenhouses, country houses with panoramic glazing;
– protection against icing for railway and water transport, motor transport and specialized transport.