Super Spacer-Dual Seal 10 yr
New Warm Edge Technology-Super Spacer
US Glass Corp Insulated Glass Units are made to order with Super Spacer products specially engineered, all foam, NO-Metal technology. Super Spacer is a true dual seal warm edge spacer system that uses a high-performance acrylic adhesive for its structural seal, backed by a moisture vapor seal. Two seals are better than one-proven by the fact the windows mad with Super Spacer last five times longer in durability tests than single-seal units.(Old Technology)
US Glass Corp & Super Spacer's all foam, NO-Metal formula provides:
Windows lose and gain heat by conduction,convention,radiation and air leakage.
Conduction is the movement of heat through a solid material-touch a hot skillet and you feel heat conducted from the stove through the pan. Heat flows through
a window in much the same way. Unlike metal-based spacers, the all foam construction of Super Spacer is non-conductive, blocking heat flow through the window. By blocking the heat escape path, Super Spacer provides on of the
best thermal performances in the industry.
Unlike metal spacers, Super Spacer can bounce back when put to
the test against winds, temperature fluctuation, rain,snow and UV
light. The foam construction allows it to expand and contract as
need, but always return to its original shape. Without 100 percent
memory formula, windows can eventually crack and lead to failure.
The fact that our units are non-conductive means that it also
protects a major household threat:mold. Window condensation can
lead to molds that increase the likelihood of allergens, including
fungi, viruses and mites that cause respiratory infections, allergies
and asthma. Mold needs moisture to grow. To keep condensation
off of glass, windows need to have the warmest inside surface temp
as possible-and the warmest edge occurs with Super Spacer.
The closed-cell polymer foam in Super Spacer transmits very little
sound compared to conventional metal spacers. Another reason to
replace your glass with US Glass Corp Units.