DELITHERM®

Our textile contribution towards reducing CO2 emissions

DELITHERM® fabrics are energy savers both in the summer and in the winter. In the summer the drawn curtains reduce solar radiation by up to 55% and prevent the extreme heating up of rooms. Equally, in the winter DELITHERM® prevents the loss of heat through the window and keeps the heating in the room. One can save up to 15% of heating cost.

 

In both cases our fabrics help protect the climate. They reduce CO2 emissions because the use of air conditioners, ventilators and radiators can be reduced. DELITHERM® fabrics function similarly to sun protection systems but they are more durable, more easy care and more long-living. Above all, they are the homely alternative to the clean classic sun protection.

 

 

 

How does DELITHERM® work?

DELITHERM® fabrics are produced of high gloss special yarns. These effectively reflect heat radiation and thus give a comfortable room climate, independent of the time of the year. Tests performed by the Fraunhofer Institut confirm these properties.

  • DELITHERM® fabrics are usable as:
  • sheers
  • curtains
  • linings
  • roman blinds
  • panels
     
  • DELITHERM® summarised briefly:
  • energy saving thanks to the reflection of light rays and heat
  • reduction of CO2 emissions
  • washable at 30°
  • soft drape
  • hard wearing in daily use; unlike with coated sun protection qualities there are no crease folds

Light and solar technical properties

Light technical properties (optical) according to DIN EN 410      AlphaPhosEosGamma
Tl21 %           0 %           8 %          0 %            
Rl67%50 % 73 %50 %
Al12 %50 %19 %50 %

 

Solar technical properties according to DIN EN 410AlphaPhosEosGamma
Ts21 %1 %9 %0 %
Rs67 %53 %72 %49 %
As12 %46 %19 %51 %

 

Solar Properties | Double glazing with thermal insulation coating:    
 AlphaPhosEosGamma
UV transmission according to DIN EN 41015 %0 %1 %0 %
FC value DIN EN 14501 20060,52 %0,56 %0,44 %0,59 %
G value DIN EN 133630,36 %0,42 %0,33 %0,44 %

 


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