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 Automatically distinguish the coating side of coated glass and low-e glass 

PLC control system with touch screen operation 

Machine work and fault dynamic display. 
Outside assembly lines can produce standard double layer IG and three layers IG. 

Production lines are available for both of inside and outside panel press,with can produce stepped IG,standard double layer IG and three layers IG. 

Inter gas filling in the plate(optional). 
IG press design-gear and china synchronous device driven by hydraulic station. 

Frequency control designed for glass transmission. 
panel press openable,easy for glass transmission. 



Insulated Glass combines two or more glass panes that are spaced apart and sealed with a sealant to appear as a single unit. Also called double glazing, IGUs are designed to reduce heat loss and solar heat gain entering the building, while reducing visible light transmittance. Hence they improve the thermal performance, and reduce energy costs. They can be fabricated to meet sound control requirements, seismic requirements, bullet resistance, hurricane and blast resistance requirements, impact resistance and state energy codes. By combining laminated glass products, tinted glass, Low-E coatings, reflective coatings, silk-screened patterns, etc., a wide variety of insulating glass configurations can be made available to meet diverse aesthetic and performance needs.




Insulating glazing can reduce noise by about 30dB and further reduction can be achieved by filling of inert gases and using laminated glazing.

The visible light transmittance of insulating glazing systems typically ranges between 7% and 80% while the visible light reflectance is in the range of 13-48%.

In cold climates, the aim is to reduce infiltration of the cold, maintain internal heated temperature and reduce the cost of heating. IGUs help in achieving these objectives. 



The various machines used in the process of making insulated glass are washing unit, drying unit, spacer conveyor, butyl extruder, and pressing unit, which is vertical. The insulated glass is constructed in the following ways: A hollow aluminium spacer bar is bent into the desired shape.
Holes are drilled in the spacer bar, which is filled with a desiccant such as silica gel or zeolite that helps in absorbing water vapour.
The drilled holes are sealed with a primary sealant such as butyl. Primary sealant is also applied to the sides of the spacer bar.
Two glass panes are placed along the side of the spacer bar and pressed with an automatic presser.
A secondary sealant such as polysulphide or silicon is applied along the sides of the whole unit. The insulating glass unit is ready.



Sloped/Overhead Glazing
Curtain Walls
Non-vision (Spandrel) Locations
Commercial/Residential Fixed and Operable windows

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