Why does vacuum glazing not condensate in winter?
Condensation occurs when warm moist air comes into contact with a cold surface. The moisture in the air turns into liquid water droplets on the surface. Vacuum glazing does not condensate in winter because it has a very low thermal conductivity and a high thermal resistance. This means that the inner surface of the glass stays warm and dry even when the outside temperature is very low.
For Landvac vacuum glazing, it can remain condensation-free when the temperature difference between the two sides exceeds 70℃, keeping the users away from the condensation issue.
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