The U value of a rooflight is calculated by dividing the heat transfer across the system (measured in Watts) by the environmental temperature difference across the test element (measured in degrees K)
multiplied by the area of the aperture in the surround panel—called the projected area (measured in m²). This latter dimension is equivalent to the opening in the building envelope. One consequence of this
is that the ‘U’ value of the product will increase as it gets deeper, despite the thermal properties of the individual components staying the same.
These rooflights, like the X-One, meet and beat the requirements of Part L with an impressive 1.8 Uvalue using ‘all thermoplastic construction’ for outstanding thermal
efficiency, high resistance to weathering and low maintenance. The X-Two is formed from enhanced UV protected polycarbonate with vented airspaces. The integral cascade water management system ensures that moisture drains to the outside of the building and air leakage meets Part L criteria. Key features include:
Aluminium trim and extruded gasket sections
Steel security insert within the PVCu section
Rooflights easily removed and replaced with keys
Available in four versions—fixed; worm-gear opening; hit and miss; access hatch.
A 2 mm thick wall ensures weld strength and a weather seal on all opening rooflights maintains weather-tightness. A special ‘key’ finish to the PVCu kerb assist adhesion of membrane and the PVCu kerb torch-on system friendly. X-Two can be delivered in two parts for easy handling and more efficient installation.
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