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Glass Panes - Low E, Annealed, Laminated or Tempered.
Adding another pane of glass and additional glazing components means further for the heat to escape from the glazing, therefore a more energy efficient unit.
Airspace filled with inert gases such as Argon, Krypton, Xenon or gas blends. This helps to improve the thermal efficiency of the unit.
3A Molecular Sieve Desiccant to selectively adsorb moisture within the unit airspace.
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Secondary Sealant such as Hot Melt, Polyurethane, Polysulphide or Silicone to bond all components together and seal the edge of the unit to prevent moisture ingress. Click Here
Primary Sealant to support the unit during assembly and reduce the moisture transfer path into the unit.
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Spacer Bar - used to create the airspace between the panes of glass and help maintain the unit's structure. The spacer framework is fitted together using corner keys and/or connectors. Aluminium, Steel and Warm Edge Spacer Systems are available. Click Here
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