The difference between thermal insulation aluminum alloy and Broken bridge aluminum alloy?

What is the difference between thermal insulation aluminum alloy and thermal break aluminum alloy? How to distinguish them? In the field of construction, there are two types of thermal insulation aluminum alloy and thermal break aluminum alloy. The two look very similar, but in fact there are many differences. The following will introduce the difference between the two.

The characteristic of thermal insulation aluminum alloy is its excellent thermal insulation performance. This material effectively isolates the heat exchange between indoor and outdoor by adopting special thermal insulation technology and materials. This characteristic makes thermal insulation aluminum alloy widely used in hot or cold areas, especially in building doors and windows, curtain walls and other fields. Its high thermal insulation performance can not only reduce the energy consumption of air conditioning and heating equipment, but also improve the comfort of residents.

The thermal break aluminum alloy is a special material with thermal insulation strips added to the aluminum alloy frame. This design enables the thermal break aluminum alloy to have good thermal insulation performance while maintaining the light weight and high strength of the aluminum alloy itself. Compared with thermal insulation aluminum alloy, the thermal insulation effect of thermal break aluminum alloy may be slightly inferior, but its structural design and manufacturing cost are relatively low, so it has also been widely used in some occasions where the thermal insulation requirements are not particularly high.

In addition, there are some differences between thermal insulation aluminum alloy and thermal break aluminum alloy in appearance, strength, etc. Whether choosing thermal insulation aluminum alloy or thermal break aluminum alloy, both materials have their own advantages. Therefore, when choosing materials, it is necessary to decide according to specific application scenarios and needs.