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The WWGLASS company has an automatic lines for joining single and double-chamber glass. The implementation of a new technology for the production of low-emission double-chamber glass is an inevitable prospect of further development of the glazing unit market, whose technological advancement on the machine market is the highest and guarantees long-term operation without changing the quality parameters of the final product.
Insulating glass, is a type of window or glass structure that consists of two or more panes of glass separated by an enclosed space filled with air or gas. This design helps reduce heat transfer through the glass, providing better insulation and energy efficiency. The insulating glass production technology includes several key stages.
The primary components are two or more glass panes, which can vary in thickness depending on the specific requirements for insulation, sound reduction, safety and energy saving. Optionally Low-emissivity (Low-E) coatings can be applied to the glass surfaces to further enhance energy efficiency by reflecting infrared heat while allowing visible light to pass through.
The edges of the glass panes and the spacer frame are sealed together, creating a tight and moisture-resistant whole. They are used to prevent air and moisture from entering and preventing the insulating glass from working. Insulating glass units use an internal seal to bond the glass to the spacer frame, along with edge sealing to maintain durability.
The continuous development of insulating glass technology has led to the development of warm spacer frames, which have lower thermal conductivity than traditional aluminum frames. This helps to improve energy efficiency by reducing heat transfer at the edges of the glass.
The space between the panes is filled with an insulating gas, such as argon or krypton. These gases have lower thermal conductivity than air, which further limits the transfer of heat through the glass to the room. The gas filling process is usually performed in a controlled environment to ensure the correct amount of gas is introduced.
Strong quality control measures are implemented throughout the manufacturing process to ensure that insulating glass units meet industry standards. This includes checking for proper sealing, gas level and overall structural integrity.
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