Thermo - Insulating glass Conex

The evolution of technology has led to the creation of increasingly efficient systems for the energy function of a building. A thermo-insulating glass has a number of characteristics that distinguishes it from other carpentry products: glass - the type and method of manufacture, the construction and composition of the frame, the number of sheets of glass which are used. Beyond the architecture and appearance, the windows are designed to allow a certain level of heat transfer, light reflection, but also phonic insulation.


This thermo-insulating glass is described by the performance of glass that provides improved sun protection by lowering the level of the external reflection.

The glass we use maintains a controlled atmosphere inside any space to benefit from lasting thermal comfort. It has dual properties: it reflects infrared radiation and much of the solar energy.


Choose to earn financially and energetically and buy the Planistar Sun Plus thermal insulation glass for extra comfort. Significantly it reduces energy consumption and achieves maximum efficiency!

Regardless of the thickness of the glass you choose, it has multiple functions - it reflects infrared radiation, solar energy, it provides advanced thermal insulation and allows a high degree of brightness.


PLANITHERM® XN is the most purchased glass on the market for its double and triple glazing performance. It is suitable for all types of windows, offering an elegant look both for the residential and commercial segment.

It reduces energy consumption in any season and offers high energy efficiency, but also an increased degree of brightness for the thermal comfort you dream of.

Thermo - Insulating glass Conex

Conex (Duplex or laminated) glass is a type of glass made of two sheets of glass that are equally thick, having a PVB (Polyvinyl butyral) film between them. If the glass breaks, the fragments remain attached to the PVB film, thus the window retains a residual strength until it is replaced. Different types of laminated glass can be obtained, the thickness of the glass sheets and the number of film layers fluctuating. Thus, a notation was established for the conex glass. Conex glass is useful when we aim at increasing the level of resistance, either for doors, windows or glass partitions or when breaking the glass and spreading shards can cause dangerous accidents.