SWISSPACER has announced that it will be exhibiting at 2018’s glasstec this October and visitors will have the opportunity to see the SWISSPACER Air in action.
SWISSPACER Air is a metal sleeve with a special integrated membrane that regulates the air pressure between the panes of glass as it changes with altitude.
The component can also be retrofitted to existing windows with SWISSPACER warm edge spacer bars to ensure long-term performance of the unit.
SWISSPACER Air prevents manufacturers and window fabricators from having to worry about the difference in air pressure between the production site and place of installation and the effects of transportation.
Karl Theo-Roes, Head of Market Development and Innovation at SWISSPACER says: “SWISSPACER Air is a simple, reliable component that helps regulate air pressure inside sealed units to prevent failure caused by changes in atmospheric pressure. It’s easy to install and can be fitted in less than three minutes, saving our customers valuable time in the manufacturing process.”
SWISSPACER Air has been tested by IFT Rosenheim and is currently in the process of being approved by the German Institute for Construction Engineering (DIBT).
You can see the SWISSPACER Air for yourself at glasstec on Stand F42 in Hall 11, 23-26 October 2018.
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