|Color:||Customer's Request||Function:||4 Section Gas Filling|
|Usage:||Double Glass Processing||Type:||Semi Automatic|
|Power:||0.1KW||Scope Of Supply:||Window|
argon filling systems,
argon gas filling equipment
Introduce for Manual argon gas filling machine :
|Power supply||220V 50Hz|
1. Auxiliary equipment for insulating glass processing, argon gas filling machine.
2. This machine is used for filling argon gas into insulating glass.
3. Automatic display the work process, to indicate the gas filling be finished or not.
4. 4 pieces of insulating glasses could be finished once.
5. Easy movement in workshop.
What is the argon gas ? why some company input the argon gas into double glass units ?
Air in cavity between glass panes of insulated glass is usually dried by desiccant filled inside space bars prior to sealing. As insulated glass technology develops, Instead of air, dry nitrogen is used to further improve thermal conductivity. Nowadays, less conductive and slower-moving inert gases such as argon and krypton are extensively used instead. Inert gas moves or transfers hot or cold through the space at a much slower rate than air. These inert gases provide optimum insulation performances. They further reduce heat and sound transfer from one side of the double glazed unit to the other.
One of the most popular inert gas used for gas fill insulated glass is argon gas which is also commonly found in household light bulbs. It is a clear, non toxic and non flammable gas that is denser than air. Argon gas is introduced into the air space of the insulating glass unit and displaces the air trapped between the two glass panes during the manufacturing process. Other inert gases for gas-filled insulated glass are krypton and xenon.
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