Van Ruysdael Glass creates the most comfortable and healthy living climate suitable for the modern comfort in equilibrium

Modern comfort in equilibrium

Because the Van Ruysdael glass is the condensation point in the building construction at the necessary times for excess moisture and at other times keeps the heat inside, you create the most comfortable and healthy living climate.

With Van Ruysdael glass you can reduce energy consumption as much as possible, with a positive result for CO2 emissions.

The most important characteristic of Van Ruysdael Glass is that the heating heat radiates perceptibly back into the building
The Van Ruysdael glass absorbs the moisture and thus prevents unhealthy bacteria and fungus formation and/or building damage
Natural ventilation is and remains the healthiest way of ventilating. It is therefore important not to completely close off a building_61822.1534095739.jpg
 
 
 

Perceived temperature

The unique heat reflection layer that has been fused in the Van Ruysdael glass consists of invisible nanoparticles of precious metal. The most important characteristic of Van Ruysdael is that the heating heat radiates perceptibly back into the building.

Condensation

Moisture is inseparably linked to our lives. Moisture is created at home, at the office and at school (breathing, cooking, showering, washing, drying, etc.). The more moisture the air contains, the lower the perceived temperature and the more energy is needed to reach the same temperature. The Van Ruysdael glass absorbs the moisture and thus prevents unhealthy bacteria and fungus formation and/or building damage.

The use of Van Ruysdael glass makes living and working healthy and reduces energy consumption and emissions as much as possible. You can't make it more comfortable and healthier.

Natural ventilation

Good ventilation prevents problems with moisture displacement and rooms remain healthy in a natural way, without technology. Natural ventilation is and remains the healthiest way of ventilating. It is therefore important not to completely close off a building.