Thermal comfort

In addition to the external factor such as e.g. glare on your screen, window blinds can also eliminate the changing temperatures at your workplace. Thermal comfort means that one is satisfied with the balanced indoor climate.

The sun can be a burden on the thermal comfort in the summer. The right window blinds are then necessary to maintain a satisfied indoor climate, without too much energy costs being spent on the air conditioning. In the winter, window blinds can provide insulation for the windows, to prevent the heating costs to raise.

Luxaflex® blinds provides an ideal balance of indoor climate and energy consumption. Suitable products are Roller Blinds, Pleated Blinds, Duette® Shades and Vertical Blinds.

Ideal window blinds ensure a more pleasant working climate, which improves the productivity among the employees."

An Architella based solution

Did you know that up to 50% of the heating and cooling energy of a building can escape through the windows? With Luxaflex® Duette Shades in front of the windows this can be stopped, and the office spaces within your building are kept cool in the summer and warm in the winter.

Our latest innovation – Duette® Architella® Shades – has a unique cell-in-cell design, with three air strips that provide excellent insulation for energy efficient buildings throughout the year.

The effect of metallized fabrics

The highly reflective metallized fabrics does not just prevent glare issues, they also provide effective insulation to windows, significantly reducing heat loss in winter and heat gain in summer. In other words, a comfortable indoor climate all year around. The highly reflective ultra-thin aluminum layer helps control the indoor temperature effectively. The transparent fabrics block sun glare, without blocking the view, which opens up and gives a more spacious appearance and working atmosphere. Verosol fabrics are to be found within our metallized collection.

The transfer of heat through the windows from the inside to the outside is shown in this infrared image. The red parts represent the highest degree of heat loss.