MIG: Multi-pane insulating glass–or thermal-insulation glazing–for an effective thermal barrier. Each panel consists of an assembly of two, flat, panes of glass, separated by a layer of argon- or krypton gas. Thermal conductivity vertical to the glass surfaces is thereby degraded. The insulation value varies according to need.
· Glass thickness: 17 mm
· Gas content: Argon 90%
· Air: 0%
· Outer panel (DIN EN 673): 23W/qm/K; Temperature 17.5 ° C
· Inner panel (DIN EN 673): 8W/qm/K; Temperature 2.5 ° C
· Emissivity to interior: 0.89
· Coefficient of heat transfer (UG): approx. 1.1 W/m_/K
Installing air- or gas-filled panels at an angle can increase their U-value. Paint is applied to the interior surface of the panel.