Process

Two or more liters of glass are assembled and separated at a fixed interval using an aluminum spacer filled with a drying agent called desiccants to absorb the moisture within air space.

The surrounding edges of the double glazed units are then sealed first by a primary sealant and then by secondary sealant.
 

Benefits

Insulated glass increases insulating properties of glass while substantially reducing condensation. This reduces load on air conditioning, reduces cost of HVAC, sound resistant and reduction in the greenhouse gases.

Applications

Architectural
Façades, Windows
Industrial
Visi Coolers

Technical Specifications

Glass Type

Tinted glass Reflective glass
Low E glass with max emissivity k = 0.08  

Glass Thickness

4 mm 5 mm 6 mm 8 mm
10 mm 12 mm    

Lower thermal conductivity gas filled Double Glazed Unit (DGU)

Krypton Gas Xenon Gas Argon Gas

Air Gap

5.5 mm 9.5 mm 14.5 mm 19.5 mm 6.5 mm
10.5 mm 15.5 mm 21.5 mm 7.5 mm 11.5 mm
16.5 mm 23.5 mm 8.5 mm 13.5 mm 17.5 mm

Glass size

Minimum 300mm x 300mm
Maximum 1500mm x 2000mm

Shapes

Triangle Trapezium Pentagon

Type of glazing

Doubled glazed unit Triple glazed unit Step glazing