Whether you are looking for a way to increase the energy efficiency of your home or you are a homeowner who is looking to save money on energy costs, Winsulator Technologies can help. The “Winsulator” system is designed to drastically reduce the amount of energy your windows waste. This innovative system is virtually invisible and magnetically sealed to fit seamlessly with the existing window. Not only will this system reduce the amount of energy lost through the window, it will also reduce air infiltration and harmful UV rays. In addition, it will prolong the life of your expensive HVAC system.
Reduces air infiltration
Reducing air infiltration in buildings is one of the most cost-effective ways to lower energy bills. Generally, the initial cost of air sealing is covered by energy savings within 0 to 2 years. To learn more about the benefits of air sealing, you can read the Air Leakage Guide published by the Department of Energy Building Energy Codes Program. It contains information on the importance of air sealing, the codes for energy-efficient buildings, ventilation, HVAC sizing, and case studies.
The Winsulator is a custom-built clear acrylic panel that magnetically affixes to the Winsulator Technologies inside of existing windows. It provides a barrier against 95 percent of harmful UV rays and reduces noise from outside by 60 percent. It is manufactured by South Sun Energy Conservations.
Reduces harmful UV rays
UV radiation from the sun is harmful to the human body and is a major cause of skin cancer and sunburn. It can be reduced by wearing clothing that blocks UV rays, using sunscreen, and staying in the shade. In addition, staying indoors during peak sunlight hours can also prevent sun damage.
Catches eye of U.S. military
A new wearable computing device has captured the attention of the U.S. military. Developed by Winsulator Technologies, this device provides the wearer with a highly comfortable and flexible fit. It is made of thermal-insulating materials. The wearable device has been tested four times during the COVID-19 pandemic. During its development, the team used Microsoft Teams to collaborate and Power BI to visualize data.