Insulating Glass Technology

News

Eurovetro upgraded their equipment with a new Forel ‘High Tech’ line for insulating glass, with an edging machine and flexible profile applicator.
All.in.one:solutions: under this motto LiSEC presented complete solutions from a single source for flat glass processing.
The latest Glastory blog is looking back at glasstec 2022 and listing 4 key takeaways.
Highlights of Forel Booth at Glasstec 2022
Forel showcased its latest innovations for insulating glass manufacturing at GlassBuild America 2022.
Meet with Dow's specialists throughout the show from October 18th – 20th at Booth 7173 to learn how our DOWSIL™ Silicone Sealants can take your designs to new heights.
Guillermo Martinez also named as Manager, Key Accounts and Business Development
Like the other solutions of Forel range, the Art. LL lamination line mirrors the company philosophy of providing a solution that guarantees excellent automation, innovation and quality.
Forel will participate in GlassBuild America 2022, organized by the National Glass Association (NGA).
Glass Cutting & Edge Processing Livestream
Insulating glass production
Thermoseal Group invites all customers and industry contacts to our highly anticipated after-show party, hosted at the Thermobar on Wednesday 21st September 2022 at McLaughlin’s Irish Pub in Alstadt.
Discover the world’s first carbon-neutrality service for silicones in building façades and be inspired by leading DOWSIL™ technologies and innovations.
For over 60 years, LiSEC has been producing glass processing machines, offering innovative single and system solutions in the field of flat glass processing and refining.
The first fully automatic system for applying flexible spacer bands to glass sheets, the VSA from LiSEC, has only recently begun to support production.
The test results showed no adverse reaction to GE Silicones when testing the Diamon-Fusion hand application and vapor application process. 

Articles

The aim is to provide a theoretical basis for vacuum plate glazing laser sealing manufacturing.
A Review of Essential Requirements towards Standardization
This paper presents some of major outcomes of Finite Element (FE) numerical methods and simulations that have been explored in the framework of the GLASS-SHARD research project for glass windows and facades under explosion or soft-body impact.
In this research, the structural sealed façade structure with triple IGU was investigated and the effect of the thickness of ordinary and laminated glasses.
This paper reviews the high-temperature behavior of a selected range of silicones used for sealing and bonding in construction.
In this study, the bending process of specially-fabricated double glazing units (‘panels’) is investigated with a focus on a local instability phenomenon.
This work discusses the results from first feasibility investigations dealing with the choice of adhesive and identifying a suitable activation procedure for Fe-SMA strips adhesively bonded to glass elements.
After seaming, grinding glass edges is another important work step in glass edge processing. The process is primarily used to remove overbreaks and underbreaks at the edges and to process the glass sheets to size.
In glass edge processing, cutting the glass sheet is directly followed by the seaming process. Fully unprocessed glass edges exhibit overbreaks and underbreaks, conchoidal fractures, as well as micro-cracks along the broken edge.
In glass edge processing, the requirements for the finished components can vary greatly depending on the location and purpose.
There are parts of the window inside the glass that play a crucial role in its performance.
Five commercial glazing system analysis and a project study show the advantages of using Insulated Glass Unit (IGU) edges to mechanically attach glass to buildings.

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