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INSULATED GLASS

Contact: +84 909.372.968 hoặc +84 909.967.442

SPECIFICATION

Glass Option Clear Glass, Low Iron Glass, Tinted Glass, Ceramic Fritted Glass
Low-E Option Single silver, Double silver, Triple silver
Space Thickness 6mm, 9mm, 12mm, 16mm, 19mm(1/4”,11/32”,1/2”,9/16”,19/32”,5/8”)etc.
Gas Filling Dry air, Argon
Max. Size 12,000mm * 3,300mm
Min. Size 300mm * 300mm

Insulated Glass is made of two or more pieces of glass with effective support and evenly spaced and sealed at the periphery to form a dry gas space between the glass interlayers. The interlayer of the insulated glass is initially dry air, and other gases with a lower thermal conductivity than air are currently used. The minimum thickness of the gas interlayer of the insulating glass should not be less than 6mm, otherwise it will not function as thermal insulation. However, the thickness should not be too large, if it is too large to make the insulated glass too thick. In order to standardize the production of the frame, the gaps of the insulated glass are currently divided into 6, 9, and 12, 14, and 16 mm.

Triple Silver Low-E Glass, also known as Low-E glass, refers to flat glass coated with one or more coating layers with extremely low surface emissivity. The coating process is usually vacuum magnetron sputtering. It has low thermal conductivity and high light transmittance, ensuring visible light transmittance and reducing light pollution based on prevention of heat losses.

Low Emissivity Glass’s primary application is wherever there is a need for enhanced thermal insulation and it achieves optimum performance from double glazing. It is widely used in facade glazing, windows double glazing, commercial buildings, gymnasiums and schools etc

(1)  Insulation

The thermal insulation properties of the insulating glass are mainly its thermal insulation of the gas interlayer, so that the temperature difference between the two sides is close to or even exceeds 10 °C. This is because the gas in the interlayer is in a closed space, the gas does not convect, thus, convective heat transfer and conduction heat transfer account for only a small proportion of the energy transfer of the hollow glass. This effect in turn varies with the wind speed of the glass surface and the radiation of the glass surface. Insulated glass is the use of gas interlayers with a large thermal resistance, especially the formation of an air interlayer that does not cause convection, so that the energy exchange between the indoor and outdoor is greatly reduced, and significant heat insulation effect can be obtained.

(2)  Heat preservation

Insulation of insulated glass means reducing indoor heat through its outdoor area during the winter, and the smaller the thermal resistance, the better the thermal insulation performance. If the glass is coated with a low-emission film, the radiation emissivity can be reduced to 0.1, and in winter, the heat radiated from the room will be reduced to provide better insulation. If the two inner surfaces of the insulated glass are respectively coated with a sunshade film and a low-radiation film, the hot sun is blocked in summer; in winter, the heat in the room is prevented from being lost, In winter, the temperature in the room is prevented from being lost, and the indoor warm winter and cool summer is achieved.

(3)  Anti-condensation & Reducing Cold Radiation

Inside the insulated glass, there is a desiccant that can absorb water molecules, and the gas is dry; when the temperature is lowered, condensation does not occur inside the insulated glass, and the dew point temperature of the outer surface of the glass also rises. This is the biggest difference between insulated glass and double glass.

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