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Striking façades - No Substructure Jansen Steel Viss³ - Glass by IQRG


Jansen's products have always been distinguished by striking facades and customized solutions featuring high-quality designs. With the advent of 3D printing with steel, even more new designs have become possible, taking the VISS facade into the third dimension. VISS³ combines the tried-and-tested VISS systems with 3D printed steel nodes, creating connections that allow for fascinating free-form facades that require no substructure.


As always, these facades are available with IQ Radiant Heating Glass, offering a complete and innovative solution. As we strive towards a more sustainable future, building electrification has become a key component in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The integration of heat pumps and AI technologies has facilitated a shift towards electric-powered systems, significantly reducing the carbon footprint of buildings. The IQRG heating glass is one of the most reliable options available when it comes to heating glass. and has beans for some time.


In 2008, a test conducted at KSU by the International Quality and Research Group studied the effectiveness of different heating systems in a building environment. The study compared the use of radiant glass with forced air using natural gas. The results showed that using radiant glass had numerous benefits, including: - It reduced the interior air movement noise level to zero as radiant heat does not require fans and ductwork to deliver heat. - The radiant delivery system caused no air movement, thus eliminating the transmission mechanism for pollens and air-borne particles. - It reduced heating demand, expressed in BTUs by 44% while doubling the area of thermal comfort. - There was no transmission loss through the ductwork using radiant heated glass. - Condensation, a major cause of mold, did not form on radiant glass. - An ancillary benefit of Radiant Window systems is no condensation forms on the glass. These findings indicate that the use of radiant glass can significantly improve the indoor air quality and reduce the energy demands of a building.






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