NorDan, the suppliers of high performance environmentally friendly doors and windows, will feature the low U-value NTech on itheir stand at Interbuild 2008 and give visitors the opportunity to test out the excellent noise reducing performance as well.
The NorDan next generation NTech Passive window, with its remarkable low whole window U-value of 0.7 W/m2K, combines the latest cutting edge technology with traditional Norwegian craftsmanship. It’s ideal for architects and specifiers working on projects where reducing heat loss and conserving energy is key, while maintaining design credentials.
The respected NTech double glazed low energy window achieves a 20 percent reduction in energy loss over Building Regulations standards while the latest NTech Passive triple glazed unit raises the bar with a 54 percent reduction in energy loss.
The NorDan stand at Interbuild 2008 will also feature a music sound box so visitors can experience how effective the sound reduction qualities of the NTech are. All NorDan windows have excellent sound reducing qualities, and important for specifiers is the fact that all acoustic tests are based on the whole window performance, not just the glass, so the sash and frame also form a seal against noise intrusion.