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 ====== Windows ====== ====== Windows ======
 +[{{ :​picopen:​passive_house_window_u.png?​300|**Passive House windows allow for major energy savings and offer a superior level of comfort.**}}]
 Windows are an essential factor in assuring pleasant indoor conditions. In cold climates, poorly insulated windows will cause relatively cold surfaces at the facade and will require active heating near the windows to compensate for cold air drops, draughts and “cold radiation” caused by the cold surfaces. ​ Windows are an essential factor in assuring pleasant indoor conditions. In cold climates, poorly insulated windows will cause relatively cold surfaces at the facade and will require active heating near the windows to compensate for cold air drops, draughts and “cold radiation” caused by the cold surfaces. ​
 Highly insulated windows, on the other hand, will make an active contribution to increasing the level of comfort. High performance windows, specifically developed to meet the requirements of Passive Houses, are offered by an increasing number of manufactureres across the globe. A list of PHI Certified Passive House windows can be found [[http://​www.passiv.de/​komponentendatenbank/​en-EN|here]].\\ Highly insulated windows, on the other hand, will make an active contribution to increasing the level of comfort. High performance windows, specifically developed to meet the requirements of Passive Houses, are offered by an increasing number of manufactureres across the globe. A list of PHI Certified Passive House windows can be found [[http://​www.passiv.de/​komponentendatenbank/​en-EN|here]].\\
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-|{{:​picopen:​passive_house_window_u.png?​300}}| +
-|//​**Passive House windows allow for major energy\\ savings and offer a superior level of comfort.**//​||\\+
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 **This section contains information on the following topics:**\\ **This section contains information on the following topics:**\\
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-[[Planning:​thermal_protection:​windows:​Requirements for windows|Passive House windows - requirements]]+[[Planning:​thermal_protection:​windows:​Requirements for windows|Passive House windows - requirements]] ​ ​{{:​picopen:​members_only.png?​25|}}
  
-[[Planning:​thermal_protection:​windows:​Types of glazing and their specific values]]+[[Planning:​thermal_protection:​windows:​Types of glazing and their specific values]] ​ ​{{:​picopen:​members_only.png?​25|}}
  
-[[Planning:​thermal_protection:​windows:​Window installation|Window installation]]+[[Planning:​thermal_protection:​windows:​Window installation|Window installation]] ​ (read also in {{:​picprivate:​puente_termico_de_la_instalacion_ψinstal_.pdf|Spanish}}) {{:​picopen:​members_only.png?​25|}}
  
-[[Planning:​thermal_protection:​windows:​Passive House windows completely redesigned|The next generation of Passive House windows]]+[[Planning:​thermal_protection:​windows:​Passive House windows completely redesigned|The next generation of Passive House windows]] ​ ​{{:​picopen:​members_only.png?​25|}}
  
 [[planning:​refurbishment_with_passive_house_components:​thermal_envelope:​windows|Windows in refurbishments]] [[planning:​refurbishment_with_passive_house_components:​thermal_envelope:​windows|Windows in refurbishments]]
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 [[planning:​building_services:​ventilation:​passive_house_-_6_reasons_why_you_still_need_windows|Passive House - 6 reasons why you still need opening windows]] [[planning:​building_services:​ventilation:​passive_house_-_6_reasons_why_you_still_need_windows|Passive House - 6 reasons why you still need opening windows]]
  
-[[Planning:​Thermal protection:​Windows:​optimization_of_roller_shutters_and_exterior_blinds|]]+[[Planning:​Thermal protection:​Windows:​optimization_of_roller_shutters_and_exterior_blinds|]] ​ ​{{:​picopen:​members_only.png?​25|}} 
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 +[[planning:​thermal_protection:​windows:​window_certification:​start]] ​ {{:​picopen:​members_only.png?​25|}}
  
-[[planning:thermal_protection:windows:​window_certification:​start]]+{{:picopen:microsoft_word_-_01_fact-sheet_en_window-better-wall_kk.pdf|Is it problematic if the window is better than the wall? }}
  
-{{:picprivate:​microsoft_word_-_01_fact-sheet_en_window-better-wall_kk.pdf|2015 / Vol.1 Is it problematic if the window is better than the wall? |Is it problematic if the window is better than the wall? }}+{{ :picopen:​microsoft_word_-_07_window_step_by_step_retrofit_kk.pdf |Windows in step-by-step retrofits ​windows first, then insulation ​}}
  
-[[phi_publications:​2016_Vol.Windows in step-by-step ​retrofits ​– windows first, then insulation | Windows in step-by-step retrofits – windows ​first, then insulation ]]+{{ :phi_publications:​microsoft_word_-_08_thermal_insulation_step_by_step_retrofit_kk.pdf | Windows in step-by-step ​modernisations ​– First the thermal insulation, then the windows ​}}
  
-[[phi_publications:​2017_Vol.1 Windows in step-by-step modernisations – First the thermal insulation, then the windows |Windows in step-by-step modernisations – First the thermal insulation, then the windows ]]+----
  
 +[[https://​database.passivehouse.com/​en/​components/​| Component Database: Certified Passive House Windows]]
  
planning/thermal_protection/windows.1485176227.txt.gz · Last modified: 2017/01/23 13:57 by kdreimane