- Each piece of glass is cut to size on our automatic cutting table. If the glass happens to requires diamond, rectangle of coloured leading it is done at this stage.
- An individual spacer bar is then cut to the size of unit, allowing a 23mm overall reduction for the correct sealant depth. If the unit requires Georgian bars it is done at this stage. A hollow spacer bar is then filled with desiccant to absorb any moisture from the air inside the unit.
- The glass is then put through our washing machine, which will wash the glass with hot water then dries the glass using hot air blowers. At this stage the glass will be visually inspected for any imperfections.
- The glass is then assembled into a unit using the pre-cut spacer bar. The assembled unit is now transferred to the edge sealing section.
- The edges of the unit are sealed with a warm edge sealant, creating a hermetically sealed double glazed unit.
- Recognised by the Energy Saving Trust as a significantly effective measure for achieving energy efficiency hence savings on fuel bills.
- Ideal for any conservatory – helps to keep an unheated conservatory comfortable for a greater part of the year than your ordinary double-glazing would, allowing you to make the most of your conservatory all year round.
- Helps to achieve high Window Energy Ratings when combined in a suitable framing system.
- Easily helps to meet and exceed the requirements of Building Regulations concerning energy efficiency.
- Can be toughened or laminated for safety and greater security.