Improve the insulation of windows: blinds, curtains, blinds?

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by Christophe » 29/10/14, 12:10

Bah it is a manufacturer's site and rather intended for large customers ... therefore tolerated ... for an educational purpose of presentation of the different technologies.
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by Obamot » 29/10/14, 12:51

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And your perpetual relaunch on E-DOG is not advertising ...! 8)

There at least it is concrete and can encourage people to put DV or TV for those who had fears of intrusion ...! So energy savings in perspective, right ...
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Question about an insulating product




by Verori » 02/11/15, 22:54

Hello everyone, I just found your forum and I would like to know if anyone has ever heard of a cold insulating curtain, which is made with a supposedly revolutionary lining which would save 50% energy on heating. I found it on a site that I know and that is good, but it seems too good to be true. it still costs 70 euros each, so ...
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by hic » 02/11/15, 23:30

VéroRI wrote:Hello everyone, I just found your forum and I would like to know if anyone has ever heard of a cold insulating curtain, which is made with a supposedly revolutionary lining which would save 50% energy on heating. I found it on a site that I know and that is good, but it seems too good to be true. it still costs 70 euros each, so ...

Hi VeroRI

A curtain is full of drafts so it leaks.
50% on the cold of a glazing is not much.

As you noticed, it's easier to sell that
than an effective solution.

While a simple polystyrene panel hermetically closing the opening,
get the maximum result
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by Christophe » 03/11/15, 00:49

70 € for how many m2?

The solution of the double curtain that I presented in this subject is an effective solution for sure ... with 3 cm of space between curtain is the top.

Your "revolutionary" curtain may consist of thin insulation ... or a simple reflective sheet style survival blanket ... tell us more ...

50% it seems a lot to me unless we base it on simple glazing ...
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by Verori » 04/11/15, 14:34

It is this type of product: -http://www.ecologie-shop.com/rideaux-insolants-thermiques-contre-le-froid-124
It is a double thickness with a decorative fabric and a kind of thin insulation type survival blanket actually.
What seems good to me is the decorative side and the company that manufactures is French. They would have had tests done to prove effectiveness.
In principle, does the solution seem valid, especially by promising 46% savings?
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Re: Improve window insulation: shutters, curtains, blinds?




by Christophe » 14/11/22, 18:55

Crisis obliges, there are new ideas on energy savings that are emerging at the moment!

Some stick emergency blankets to their windows...I remain skeptical about the effectiveness...and for the look...oops... : Shock: : Shock: : Shock:

Others encapsulate the same blankets in curtains...why not...but in this case you might as well use thin insulation...

My double curtains still work great!
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