Insulated Glass Units
Our IGU’s consist of two or more glass lites separated by an aluminum or thermally broken spacer bar in which the space is hermetically sealed with air, or can be filled with argon gas, if required, which reduces heat transfer across a part of the building envelope. Depending on how many panes of glass are used in their construction, windows with insulating glass are also known as double-glazing/double-pane, triple-glazing/triple-pane or quadruple-glazing/quadruple-pane windows.
We oﬀer a variety of glass solutions for double or triple glazed units to meet evolving building standards and codes, backed by extensive research and development. Our offerings include premium sputter-coated post-temperable products, Low E, tinted, reflective, annealed, laminated or tempered thermal units, and much more.
- Argon or air-filled.
- The bar is filled with desiccant to absorb any moisture.
- The primary seal is butyl along the spacer bar to keep the moisture out. The secondary seal is structural silicone to provide the IGU with strength so that it will not shear.
- Polysulfide is available for secondary seals (used with super spacer).
- Automatic bar bending.
- Variety of spacer bars available (standard, warm edge).
- Double or Triple paned.
- I.G.M.A.C. Certified.
The maximum size is 158” x 98” on our automated line and up to 210” x 130” through our manual process.