Electrically Heated Glass Panels
In some particular atmospheric situations or in specific industrial applications, the transparency of glass becomes a fundamental requirement.
CALORIT is the glass with anti-fog system that always ensures perfect visibility.
This product is the perfect solution for all those situations where strict international standards require the maintenance of maximum visibility in all weather conditions, in addition to precise size and thickness.
The CALORIT range consists of two different models:
CALORIT F is a heated panel formed by two or more plates of annealed or toughened glass that contain numerous fine electric wires that are almost imperceptible to the human eye.
CALORIT F proves very useful in several fields, such as building applications, special transport vehicles, trains, boats and ships, cold store cabs, snow vehicles.
Thanks to the possibility to choose thickness of the glass panel, colour, shape (flat or bent) and electric performances, CALORIT F can be supplied for lots of applications.
CALORIT F can be made up of laminated polycarbonate sheets, too.
Polycarbonate sheets offer the best protection against breakage and grant a better thermal insulation than glass. This product combines the mechanical properties of polycarbonate together with the best transparency in all-weather condition. The surfaces of these panels are adequately coated to resist to abrasion, UV rays and chemical agents. The choice of this product must be taken into account when there is need for lightweight, since the weight of polycarbonate is 50% lower than glass.
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS CALORIT F
Heating CALORIT C glass panels are laminates composed by two or more plates of normal or tempered glass that are joined together by a plastic interlayer.
One of the glass sheets is provided with a layer of transparent electrically-conductive material. The uniform distribution of the passage of electric current and the high heating powers achievable ensure homogeneous heating without fogging, even after sudden changes in temperature.
CALORIT C glass panels can be fed within a range from 24 to 440 volts. Heating power (watt/dm2) of the glass panels is granted according to the customer’s needs and to the requirements of international standard ISO 3434.
Each glass panel is equipped with its own regulation device, which permits to maintain temperatures at the required level and to avoid overheating of the glass surface itself.
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS CALORIT C