In a variety of aluminum windows called Thermal Break, the plastic parts of the polyamide material are sewn in the middle of the profiles to cut off the inside of the window with its outer wall and insulate window. This logic is still used in the manufacturing of insulating windows, doors, and aluminum facades. The production of polyamide insulating strips as insulating mechanism for this industry was first launched by a German well known company in 1977, and till then ,the production of polyamide insulating strips and their application in a wide range of types of aluminum profiles throughout the world continues.

Insulating aluminum profiles can be done both with a special formulation based on 66 polyamide reinforced with 25% glass or with PVC strips. Due to the non-matching of the physical properties of PVC strips with aluminum, the use of polyamide is very important and suggested.

Polyamide strips have been used extensively from all over the world, especially in European countries, from the past to today, and, of course, gradually the producers are increasing the quality of these products using the latest technologies in the world. Nowadays, all manufacturers of this class and Even consumers of finished products recognize the importance of using better quality polyamide insulation strips and their impact on the quality of their final products.

Maintenance Conditions:

An ideal environment for storing polyamide strips is the place which is in a closed environment, in which: the difference between the temperature of the night and the day is not high, is not exposed to changes in the climate, not moisture, free of any dust, exposed to direct light radiation It’s better to use containerized and closed containers for carrying polyamide. During loading and handling, polyamide strips should not be wetted. During transport, it is better to avoid putting any heavy object on polyamide strips. It is better to move the 6-meter strips horizontally from both sides of the strips, and do not forget That improper storage conditions can lead to deformation of these products which would lead to more serious problems in window production process.