Insulated or double glazed glass is a glazed unit composed of two or more glass panes separated by spacers filled with argon gas. The various machines used in the process of making insulated glass are washing unit, drying unit, spacer conveyor, butyl extruder, and pressing unit, which is vertical. The insulated glass is constructed in the following way.
- A hollow aluminium spacer bar is cut into the desired shape.
- Holes are drilled in the spacer bar, which is filled with desiccant silica gel that helps in absorbing water vapour.
- The drilled holes are sealed with a primary butyl sealant. Primary sealant is also applied to the sides of the spacer bar.
- Two glass panes are placed along the side of the spacer bar and pressed with an automatic presser.
- Argon gas is filled between the panes at recommended pressure
- A high quality silicone sealant is applied along the sides of the whole unit. The insulating glass unit is ready.
- Recording Studios
- Fixed Glass Glazing for Buildings
- Make: Saint Gobain Clear Toughened Glass
- Maximum size 2500 mm X 3660 mm. (Please contact us for larger sizes)
- Filled with Argon gas
- Single joint spacer used with automatic bending for increased accuracy and 100% reliability.
- Automatic sealing robot for fast productivity.
- Glass is manufactured using European products only. No Chinese materials like silicon, spacers etc are used.
- Aural Exchange will not be responsible for any discrepancies in customer provided measurements. Measurement accuracy is key
How to Measure:
- Using a tape measure, measure the width from the inside of the jamb on one side of the window to the inside jamb on the other side of the window. Your jamb may be made from bricks and plaster, gypsum, plywood, granite, marble, etc.
- Repeat this step at the bottom, middle, and top of the existing jamb.
- Record the shortest measurement
- Measure the height from the head of the window (top of jamb) to the windowsill (bottom of jamb)
- Take three measurements: down the left side, right side and the middle
- Record the shortest measurement — this ensures that the new glass will fit