SPACER BARS - Standard Spacer Bars, Bendable Spacer Bars, Butylized Spacer Bars

SPACER BARS

A spacer bar, known as a profile, is the continuous hollow frame which separates the two glass panes in a double glazing window.
The spacer bar is bonded to the glass panes via a primary and secondary seal, creating an airtight cavity which is filled with air or gas. The spacer bar itself is filled with a desiccant to absorb any residual moisture within the cavity and thus prevent condensation within the double glazing window. Spacer bars are an important contributor to a double glazing window’s energy ratings. They are typically made of aluminium, or a low heat-conductive material (warm edge).
They are produced by bendable, standart with butyl or without butyl. They are used for double glass production.
A spacer bar, known as a profile, separates the two glass panes in a double glazing window.
The spacer bar is bonded to the glass panes via a primary and secondary seal, creating an airtight cavity. The spacer bar itself is filled with a desiccant to absorb any residual moisture. Spacer bars prevent condensation within the double-glazing window. An important contributor to a double-glazing window’s energy ratings. They are typically made of aluminum, or a low heat-conductive material (warm edge). They are produced by bendable, standard with butyl or without butyl. They are used for double glass production.
STANDART SPACER BARS

Aluminium spacer bars are currently the most commonly used in double glazing. They are light, but strong and flexible which makes

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BENDABLE SPACER BARS

Bendable Spacer Bars give perfect appearance in curved production and have a perfect corner bending at 90degrees. The welding is

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BUTYLED SPACER BARS

Butyled Spacer Bars are butyled on both sides in a perfect and clean appearance and covered with a special isolating paper in

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WARM EDGE SPACER

  Warm edge spacers are a worldwide concept for the effective prevention of the thermal bridge effect at windows. They permit considerable

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