double insulated glass is a glass component made of two or more pieces of glass, separated by a certain width of space with an aluminum frame filled with high-efficiency molecular sieve adsorbent, and the edge is sealed and bonded with high-strength sealant. Ordinary transparent glass, colored glass, heat-reflecting coated glass, Low-E glass, laminated glass, tempered glass, hot-bent glass, etc. can be selected as the substrate of double insulated glass as required.
The sealed air in the double insulated glass becomes dry air with low thermal conductivity under the action of the high-efficiency molecular sieve adsorbent filled in the aluminum frame, thus forming a thermal and sound insulation barrier. If the space is filled with inert gas, the thermal insulation and sound insulation properties of the product can be further improved.
Size: the maximum size is 2500mm×5000mm (except for manual work), the minimum size is 180mm×350mm 300mmX300mm
Aluminum frame thickness: 6mm, 9mm, 12mm, 16mm
Glass thickness: various combinations of 3~19mm
Excellent performance and features
Optical properties: According to the performance of the original composite double insulated glass, the general visible light transmittance range is 7~80%, and the reflectivity is 10~42%.
Thermal performance: It can effectively reduce the heat transfer coefficient, and the U value of the heat transfer coefficient can be further reduced if filled with inert gas.
Sound insulation performance: Generally, double insulated glass can reduce noise by about 30 decibels, and the sound insulation effect of laminated insulated glass can be further improved after filling with inert gas.
Anti-frost performance: The national standard stipulates that the dew point of laminated insulated glass must be lower than -40°C to ensure that the air layer in the laminated insulated glass is absolutely dry and does not condense.
Tightness: The aluminum spacer frame adopts automatic bending technology to form in one time, which minimizes the connection point; adopts butyl glue and polysulfide glue or structural glue for double sealing to ensure the airtightness of the laminated insulated glass and prolong its service life.
Relatively light weight: Under the condition of the same thermal insulation effect, replacing some brick walls and concrete walls with laminated insulated glass can increase the lighting area, enhance the indoor comfort, and simplify the building structure.