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U-value (thermal conductivity (W/(mK))

The thermal conductivity (U-value) describes how much warmth (watts/W) per metre (m) thickness per degree temperature difference (kelvin/K) flows though a component.
The lower the value, the less warmth is lost. In other words, good isolation is represented by a low thermal conductivity value.

Thermal Properties

  • UFrame = 1.8 W/m2K (Meranti, Douglas Fir and Siberian Larch)
  • UGlass = 1.6 W/m2K (24 mm Low E glass)
  • UW = approximately 1.7 W/m2K
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