What will be the Insulated Glass Panel?
Insulated glass panels also named insulated double-glazing, double-glazed panels, or double-glazed units, known as double-glazed windows, consist of two or more glass panes separated by an air or gas-filled space. These panels are designed to enhance energy efficiency, sound insulation, and thermal performance in buildings.
Features of Insulated Glass Panel
Heat Transfer Reduction: Insulated glass reduces heat transfer, which lowers the electrical power consumption required for cooling or heating a building. This can lead to significant savings on utility bills.
Argon-Insulation: Argon-insulated windows can increase energy efficiency by about 10% compared to air-filled units.
Advanced Insulation: Insulated windows are far superior to single-pane windows at preventing both heat loss and heat gain. This keeps the internal temperature of a building more consistent.
Smart IGUs: Insulated Smart Glass Units (IGUs) are extremely energy-efficient, providing excellent insulation and enhancing privacy.
Low-E Glass: Low-E glass has low emissivity, meaning it radiates less energy. This feature makes it even more energy-efficient.
Energy Loss Prevention: Experts estimate that 70% of energy loss occurs in windows and doors, and 90% of window heat loss occurs through the glass.
Overall Energy Usage Reduction: By adding another pane of glass to all your windows, you can reduce energy usage by somewhere between approximately 20% and 30%.
Thermal Insulation: Used in double- or triple-insulating glass units (IGUs), thermal insulating glass can contribute to improving the energy efficiency of a building.
Sound Insulation Value: The acoustical glazing of insulated glass can provide a sound insulation value of up to 32 decibels.
Acoustic Glazing Units: Acoustic glazing units such as Dragon Glass Acoustic Laminated Glass can deliver a noise reduction factor of up to 54dB in their triple glazing.
Soundproofed Glass: Soundproofed glass with a noise reduction rating of 40 dB can significantly reduce external noise. For example, it can reduce the 70 dB noise of a vehicle to 30 dB inside your home.
Sound Transmission Class (STC) Ratings: STC ratings for glass indicate how well a partition, wall, or window mitigates or blocks sound and reduces noise.
Acoustically Engineered Soundproof Glass: An acoustically engineered soundproof glass window can reduce noise levels by 75-95%.
Best Glass for Noise Reduction: Acoustic double-glazed units are considered the best for noise reduction over standard triple-glazing. Including a laminated outer pane of 6.38mm can further enhance the noise reduction properties.
Superior Thermal Performance: SDG Low-E Surface Technology allows double-glazed insulated glass units to achieve better thermal performance by applying double/triple silver low E.
Comfortable Indoor Environment: Insulated glass helps maintain an even and comfortable indoor temperature and humidity level.
Improved Energy Efficiency: Insulated glass units (IGUs) can regulate temperatures and improve your window’s energy efficiency.
Low Emissivity Glazed Glass: Products like SDG Low E are made of clear glass over which a low emissivity coating has been applied, enhancing thermal insulation.
Reduced Heat Loss: High-performance thermally insulated glazing enhances windows’ energy efficiency by significantly reducing heat loss.
Insulated glass panels are designed to reduce condensation. This helps prevent issues like mold growth and water damage.
Some insulated glass panels come with special coatings that block harmful UV rays, protecting your furniture and fabrics from fading.
By maintaining a more consistent indoor temperature, insulated glass panels can improve comfort within a building.
Insulated glass panels are generally stronger than single-pane windows, providing an extra layer of security against break-ins.
By reducing energy consumption, insulated glass panels contribute to environmental sustainability.
Insulated glass panels are sealed units and are typically more durable than single-pane windows.
FAQ of Insulated Glass Panels
It’s depends on glass types, thickness, size, and quantity, all IGUs are customized, so price we can not provide this moment.
Yes, sure, if the sample fabrication not complex or have stocks, we can provide it for you, but the express still shall paid by client.
All payment shall by Bank Wire Transfer (T/T), we will signed and sealed our Proforma Invoice or Contract FYI, there have legal validity, so please don’t worry.
If need other payment term, we welcome you to discuss with us anytime.
Sure, we welcome every our client come to our factory for a visit, we will take you to every our production line for checking.
Normally if the size is not much different, we can deliver at around 12-15 days, if processing is complex, the time shall be longer than usual, and shall be negotiated.
Normally the IGUs warranty we provide is 10 years, if want more, 10 years or more, please talk with us anytime.
The currently available Insulated glass products in the market can be classified into two types: single-sealed and double-sealed. Single-sealed refers to glass that is sealed with only one type of external sealant – either polysulfide or silicone structural adhesive. Double-sealed refers to a process where the first sealant used is butyl sealant, followed by polysulfide or silicone structural adhesive as the second sealant. Butyl sealant has excellent airtightness, with sealing capabilities for inert gases and water molecules being 30 times and 60 times stronger than polysulfide adhesive and silicone structural adhesive, respectively. As a result, double-sealed glass exhibits strong airtightness, with no leakage for several decades.
The spacer in Insulated glass is typically filled with dry air or argon gas (Ar). Under special requirements, it can also be filled with krypton gas (Kr) or sulfur hexafluoride (SF6).
A monolithic 6mm glass can reduce noise by 20-22dB; generally, insulated glass can reduce noise by 29-31dB; special gas-filled insulated glass can reduce noise by 36dB.
The dew point of insulated glass refers to the condensation or water vapor that appears inside the Insulated glass when there is a significant temperature difference between the indoor and outdoor environments.
This phenomenon occurs mainly when the external seal is damaged, resulting in a loss of airtightness. The dew point of general insulated glass occurs at around -40°C, while gas-filled insulated glass can reach as low as -80°C.
Coated IGU glass (such as sun control coated glass and low-emissivity coated glass) used on the same facade in a construction project should be processed using the same technique to prevent color differences caused by different product processes.
When using insulated glass in high-rise buildings, it is important to fill them with inert gas to prevent a decrease in the lifespan of the insulated glass and glass image distortion caused by differences in air pressure. [Special attention: The impact of different altitudes on the product].
When using coated glass as curved insulated glass products, it is important to pay attention to the design of the product radius. If the radius is too small, glare may occur.