What do warm edge spacers do?

What do warm edge spacers do?

Warm edge spacers work by separating the panes of glass in double or triple glazing and are made from low conductivity materials. The cavity created by the spacer reduces heat transfer across the center of glass, and the use of a warm edge spacer reduces thermal conduction across the opaque area at the edge of glass.

What Colour is a warm edge spacer bar?

Termoprofi Standard Warm Edge Spacer is available in a wide range of RAL colors (White 9016, Light gray 7035, Window gray 7040, Titanium gray 7000, Light brown 8003, Dark brown 8014, Black 9005) and size (8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24 mm).

What is TGI spacer?

The TGI-Spacer M has an optimized profile geometry that is suitable for larger window units. It delivers truer, easier handling and visibly improved sightlines for a complete range of applications with increased rigidity and durability.

What is Super Spacer?

Super Spacer is a non-metal, pre-desiccated, structural foam spacer system, which provides excellent perimeter insulation for sealed glazing units, whilst significantly simplifying insulating glass production.

What is warm edge glass?

Warm Edge Technology refers to the edge construction of a double glazed unit that conducts less heat or cold than traditional windows and standard construction double glazed units. Standard double glazed units are constructed with an aluminium spacer to hold the glass apart.

What is a glazing spacer How does it improve the thermal performance of a window?

Window glass spacers or space bars are strips of plastics, metals or foams that separate, support and help seal in functional gasses that are injected between the panes of glass in a window. Spacers are bonded between glass panes with various sealing materials to help create an air-tight cavity.

What is a warm edge spacer made of?

A warm edge spacer is a type of spacer bar used in insulated glazing. It separates the panes of glass in double or triple glazing, or curtain walling and seals off the air cavity between each. Recent warm edge spacers are generally made from plastics, although stainless steel can meet the definition.

Is argon filled double glazing worth it?

Argon is the industry standard for filling double glazing because of its ratio of cost to impact. In our opinion, argon windows are definitely worth it. Despite being the least expensive of the gases available, including it in double glazing will significantly lower the U-Value of any window.

What is super spacer made of?

Super SpacerĀ® is made of 100% polymer structural foam. It creates thermal efficiency through no presence of conductive materials. The no metal formula of these edge spacers block the heat escape path, providing one of the best thermal performances in the industry.

What are window spacers for?

What’s a spacer? Window glass spacers or space bars are strips of plastics, metals or foams that separate, support and help seal in functional gasses that are injected between the panes of glass in a window. Spacers are bonded between glass panes with various sealing materials to help create an air-tight cavity.

What is soft coat glass?

‘Low E Glass’ or low-emissivity glass is a type of energy-efficient glass which stops heat escaping through your windows to the outside. This Low E Glass has a hidden layer which considerably reduces the loss of heat and mirrors interior heat back into your home.

What are the spacers on Windows called?

Window glass spacers or space bars are strips of plastics, metals or foams that separate, support and help seal in functional gasses that are injected between the panes of glass in a window.