glass is a multi-glass combination consisting of two or more panes
enclosing a hermetically-sealed air space. The most important function
of insulation glass is to reduce thermal losses, which offers many
advantages: lower energy consumption, perfect transparency by reducing
the incidence of condensation on the warm air side and the possibility
of using larger glazed areas without increasing energy consumption.
Insulating glass is a glazed unit composed of two or more glass
panes separated by spacers filled with dehydrated air or gas. The
sheets are connected by a spacer, using sealants to reduce water
vapor penetration. The whole unit is hermetically assembled by a
secondary edge seal which gives structural robustness to the insulating
glass. The spacer contains a desiccant, which absorbs humidity from
within the air space. The insulating glass unit (IGU) is made manually
or with an automatic plant. They are available in Standard, Bendable
and Butyled versions.
Spacer Bars are produced within the minimum tolerance limits
in its sector and have ideal height as per world standards. There
are carefully determined and designed surface perforations for special
applications with a clean and bright surface appearance. The chemical
adhesion performance is as required and accepted in the insulated
Bendable Spacer Bars give perfect
appearance in curved production and have a perfect corner bending
at 90degrees. The welding is of superior quality with no splitting
during the operation of bending and gas filling. The surface is
aesthetically clean and bright and the chemical adhesion performance
is as required and accepted in the insulated glass production. The
perforation geometrics is matched to application and the height
is standard with a perfect cross section. Aluminium Spacer Bars
are produced in different widths ranging from 5.5mm to 28.5mm, all
equal in height.
Butyled Spacer Bars are butyled
on both sides in a perfect and clean appearance and covered with
a special isolating paper in order to make work more convenient
to insulating glass producers. The adherence property of butyl to
glass is of maximum degree upon removal of the isolating paper.
Bendable Spacer Bars can be produced in any dimensions, which ensures
minimum cost and maximum speed to insulating glass production.