5 Feb, 2024
Recyclable materials: UPVC windows are made of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) material, which can be recycled and reused, reducing dependence on natural resources and environmental pollution.
Pollution-free production process: No harmful chemicals are used in the production process of UPVC windows, so its production process is relatively environmentally friendly and will not cause serious pollution to the environment.
Low energy consumption: UPVC windows have excellent thermal insulation and thermal insulation properties, which can reduce indoor heat loss in winter and effectively isolate external heat in summer. This performance helps reduce the energy consumption of buildings and is in line with the environmental protection concept of energy conservation and emission reduction.
Reduce carbon dioxide emissions: Due to the heat preservation and insulation properties of UPVC windows, buildings can reduce their reliance on air conditioning and heating during use, thereby reducing emissions of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide.
Strong weather resistance: UPVC windows have strong weather resistance and are not easily affected by ultraviolet rays, oxidation and other factors. They can maintain their performance and appearance for a long time, reducing the frequency of replacement and the generation of waste.