Insulating Vacuum Glass

(4 customer reviews)

Insulating vacuum glass, also known as vacuum insulated glass (VIG), is an advanced glazing system composed of two or more glass panes separated by a vacuum or low-pressure gas-filled space. It delivers exceptional thermal insulation, reducing heat transfer and improving energy efficiency in buildings. VIG is a cutting-edge solution for windows and doors, offering superior insulation and noise reduction properties while allowing for clear visibility.

  • Delivery Time: 10-40 days(the exact time depends on destination country)
  • Departure Port: Shanghai, Ningbo-Zhoushan, Qingdao, Tianjin, Dalian, Xiamen, Guangzhou(or other ports based on customer requirements)
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Description

Insulating vacuum glass is a type of energy-efficient glass that consists of two or more glass panes that are separated by a vacuum or gas-filled space. This space between the glass panes helps to reduce heat transfer and increase insulation, resulting in a more energy-efficient building envelope. Insulating vacuum glass is typically used in windows, doors, and skylights, and can be used in both residential and commercial applications.

Parameter Value
Glass Thickness 4mm – 12mm
Spacer Thickness 12mm – 14mm
Gas Fill Argon,Krypton,Xenon
U-Value (W/m²K) 0.2 – 0.5
SHGC 0.3 – 0.6
VLT 30% – 60%

Note: The parameter values may vary depending on the specific product and manufacturer.

Windows: Insulating vacuum glass can be used in windows to provide better insulation, reduce heat transfer, and improve energy efficiency. It can also help to reduce condensation and outside noise.

Doors: Insulating vacuum glass can be used in exterior doors to provide better insulation and improve energy efficiency. It can also help to reduce outside noise and provide enhanced security.

Skylights: Insulating vacuum glass can be used in skylights to provide natural light while minimizing heat gain and heat loss.

 

 

 

Q: How is insulated vacuum glass different from traditional windows?

A: Insulated vacuum glass has a vacuum or gas-filled space between the glass panes, which provides better insulation and reduces heat transfer. This is different from traditional windows, which typically only have one or two glass panes with air or gas between them.

Q: Can insulated vacuum glass be used in residential applications?

A: Yes, insulated vacuum glass can be used in both residential and commercial applications. It is commonly used in windows, doors, skylights, and other building envelope components.

Q: Is insulated vacuum glass more expensive than traditional windows?

A: Yes, insulated vacuum glass is typically more expensive than traditional windows due to its improved energy efficiency and other benefits. However, it can also lead to lower energy bills and other cost savings over time.

4 reviews for Insulating Vacuum Glass

  1. msm

    I am pleased with the quality of this purchase.

  2. Raiker

    Great price and shipping was excellent. Thank you!

  3. Telaine pimm

    Delivered promptly and good value for money , will use this company again .

  4. Kat

    Very nice well packed well made.

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