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|Structure:||Hollow, Solid||Quality Grade:||Temperable|
|Color:||Clear,grey,green,blue,bronze||Quality Grade:||Construction Use, Furniture Use And So On|
|Type:||Float Glass||Technique:||Clear Glass,Tempered Glass,Tinted Glass|
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Insulating glass is manufactured glass product formed by partitioning a space with two or more glass sheets by using a curtain width by an aluminium sash having the interior filled with effective molecular sieve as an absorbent and then conducting a sticking with a high strength seal gum. a double sealing must be adopted in order to guarantee the performance of insulating glass , the first sealing utilizes chlorobutyl , the second sealing is polysulfide adhesive or silicone structural sealing adhesive and may be chosen by the installing manner of customer .
The heat insulation performance of insulating glass is relatively ideal among currently all deep processed glass products and is able to reduce the value of the heat transfer coefficient U effectively .such glass can greatly decrease the heat transfer coefficient to a high degree once being charged with an inert gas such as neon, argon and helium gas.
Generally , insulating glass can reduce the noisy by about 30 decibel and once being charged with an inert gas ,insulating glass can further reduce the noisy on the previous basis by about 5 decibel.
No dewing in low temperatures
Enough drier is filled in the spacer bars ,the insulation glass can effectively absorb the water vapor the insulating glass s cavity and that is likely to permeate from exterior so as to ensure an absolutely drying in the insulating glass cavity thereby avoid the dewing.
It is broadly used in different kinds of buildings curtain walls doors and windows ,indoor partitions and indoor freezers.
Products can be randomly combined by transparent glass , main body colored glass, tempered glass , coated glass , low-e glass, sandwich glass, glazed glass etc.
An insulated glass unit (IGU) combines multiple glass panes into a single window system. Most IGUs are double glazed (two panes of glass) with three panes (triple glazing) or more becoming more common due to higher energy costs. The panes of glass in IGUs are separated by a spacer and a still layer of air or gas. The glass is then fitted into window frames, which is made wider to accommodate the two panes.
Double glazed windows are an ideal energy efficient choice with the added benefit of minimising noise. The sealed air gap between the two panes acts as an added layer of insulation. This added thermal resistance reduces the amount of heat escaping in winter and keeps your home at a more comfortable temperature. Double glazing has the reverse effect in summer, preventing unwanted heat from coming into the home. This extra insulation lessens your reliance on artificial heaters and air conditioners and can ultimately reduce your energy costs.
When you are close to a window, your comfort is also affected by the temperature of the glass. With double glazing it’s harder for the unwanted outside temperature to transfer through, leaving the inside pane close to room temperature. Double glazing also reduces condensation which can result in the unhealthy formation of mould.
Sealed double glazing is effective at reducing medium to high frequency noise such as the human voice. A difference in glass thickness between the inner and outer panes will improve sound reduction even further.
Double glazed windows are considered a safer option when compared to standard single pane windows. Two sheets of glass are a lot harder to break than one and for even greater security you can specify toughened or laminated glass.
The typical space between panes ranges from 6mm to 20mm. A minimum space of 12mm is recommended for optimum thermal performance. Alternatively, for good acoustic control and to reduce low frequency noise such as traffic and aircraft, the optimum air gap recommended is 150mm or over. Note that such large gaps allow convection to occur between the panes and reduce insulating performance.
|Application||Flat Tempered||Thick- ness(mm)||Tolerance (mm)||Bent Tempered (mm)|
|Special Glass Panel||50 x 50||250 x 250||2 - 8||±0.2|
Home Appliance Glass
|150 x 150||1500 x 4000||2.85 - 12||±0.5 or ±1||Arc:≤500;R≥350; Thickness≥4mm; L≤2000|
|Arc:≤1000; R≥450; Thickness≥4mm; L≤2000|
|Arc:≤600; R≥350; Thickness≥2.85mm; L≤1500|
|Architectural Glass||300x300||2440x5480mm||3 - 19||
±1 or ±2
|Thickness: 5 or 6mm; R≥1000|
|Thickness: 8-12mm; R≥1500|
|Thickness: 15-19mm; R≥2000|