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  • Passive House Institute Dr. Wolfgang Feist 64283 Darmstadt GERMANY

    Passive House Efficiency Class

    phA advanced

    component

    phB basic

    component

    phC certifiable

    component

    not suitable for Passive Houses

    Certified Passive House component for cool, temperate climate, valid until 31.12.2014

    Category: Window Frame Manufacturer: Hilzinger FBS GmbH

    53909 Zülpich, GERMANY Product name: VADB-Plus 550

    The following comfort criteria were used in awarding this certificate:

    Given a Ug value of 0.70 W/(m²K) and a window size of

    1.23 m by 1.48 m,

    UW = 0.76 W/(m²K) ≤ 0.80 W/(m²K)

    Taking into account the installation based thermal bridges, and provided that the installation is, with regard to the thermal bridges, equal or better than shown in the data sheet, the window meets the following criterion.

    UW,installed ≤ 0.85 W/(m²K)

    Thermal data of the window frame

    Uf-value Width Ψg fRsi=0.25 [W/(m²K)] [mm] [W/(mK)] [-]

    Spacer Bottom 0.68 100 0.024 Side/top 0.64 75 0.026

    *Spacers of lower thermal quality, especially those made of alu- minium, lead to significantly higher thermal losses and lower temperature factors.

    Further information see data sheet

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    TPS*

    0.73

  • Data Sheet Hilzinger FBS GmbH, VADB-Plus 550

    Manufacturer Hilzinger FBS GmbH Bergheimer Str. 21, 53909 Zülpich, GERMANY Tel.: +49 (0)2252 2064 Email: [email protected], www.hilzinger.de

    Bottom section Isothermal

    Description

    Thermal data for the window frame

    Uf-value Width Ψg fRsi=0.25 [W/(m²K)] [mm] [W/(mK)] [-]

    Spacer Bottom 0.68 100 0.024 Side/top 0.64 75 0.026 Mullion 110 0.67 110 0.026 0.73 Mullion 125 0.64 125 0.025 0.73

    Mullion

    * Spacers of lower thermal quality leading to higher thermal losses and lower temperatures.

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    Plastic frame

    TPS*

    0.73

  • Data Sheet Hilzinger FBS GmbH, VADB-Plus 550

    Installation

    Installation based thermal bridge Ψinstal. in Passive House suitable walls

    Bottom [W/(mK)] 0.016 0.028 0.011 Side/top [W/(mK)] 0.007 0.020 0.007 UW,instal. [W/(m²K)] 0.79 0.82 0.78

    Explanatory notes

    U Glazing Ug [W/(m²K)] 0.66 0.60 0.54

    U Window UW [W/(m²K)] 0.73 0.68 0.63

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    The window U-values were calculated based on a 1.23 m by 1.48 m window Ug = 0.70 W/(m²K). If better glazing is used, the window U-value decrease as follow:

    Depending on the thermal losses through opaque elements, windows are categorised according to efficency classes. These thermal losses include the losses through the frame, multiplied by its width, the thermal bridge at the edge bondedge bond as well as the length of the edge bond. Please ask the manufacturer for a detailed report containing all calculations and results. For further information, please visit www.passivehouse.com or www.passipedia.org.

    Position

  • Datenblatt FBS Over GmbH, VADB-Plus 550 S

    Manufacturer Hilzinger FBS GmbH Bergheimer Str. 21, 53909 Zülpich, GERMANY Tel.: +49 (0)2252 2064 Email: [email protected], www.hilzinger.de

    Bottom section Isothermal

    Description

    Thermal data for the window frame

    Uf-value width Ψg fRsi=0.25 [W/(m²K)] [mm] [W/(mK)] [-]

    Abstandhalter Unten 0.81 100 0.025 Seitlich/oben 0.84 75 0.025 Stulp 110 0.83 110 0.024 0.72 Stulp 125 0.85 125 0.025 0.72

    * Spacers of lower thermal quality leading to higher thermal losses and lower temperatures. Mullion

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    0.73

    Plastic frame reinforced with steel

    TPS*