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Enhancing Travel Comfort with SWISSPACER SKI Aluminium Windows

Motorhomes, camper vans, and expedition vehicles embark on exhilarating journeys worldwide, braving extreme weather conditions and drastic altitude and temperature variations. To meet the stringent demands of such adventures, the team at extremfenster, a dynamic start-up, has developed cutting-edge SKI aluminium windows. These windows feature SWISSPACER Air, an innovative component integrated into the cavity between the panes, enabling them to withstand the harshest climate loads and extreme elevations.

Unveiling Future Innovations for Unparalleled Performance

Dedicated to relentless progress, the extremfenster team continually pushes the boundaries of excellence. Constantin Hanov-Blum, the visionary owner, shares exciting developments, stating, “Our current focus is on constructing a Saint-Gobain glazing unit with a specialized coating, resulting in an insulating glass unit approved for vehicles. These panes effectively block infrared warmth, ensuring a comfortably cool interior even in scorching temperatures.”

Moreover, the team’s expertise extends to crafting glazing units that exhibit enhanced resilience against vibrations and driving rain—windows engineered to withstand the most extreme conditions imaginable. With extremfenster, experience true extreme windows that redefine travel durability and performance.

Source: SWISSPACER with additional information added by Apazone

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