What is the role of insulating glass filled with argon?
Insulated glass is mainly used in the glass curtain wall of the construction industry. It is an energy-saving glass with good heat insulation, sound insulation, beautiful appearance and reduced building weight. The gas inside the insulated glass hollow layer may be dry air or an inert gas such as argon gas, or the gas may be removed to form a vacuum glass. Today we will understand the effect of some insulating glass filled with argon.
The role of argon gas filling inside the insulated glass:
(1) After filling with argon gas, the pressure difference between the inside and outside of the glass can be reduced to maintain the pressure balance. Reduce glass cracking due to pressure difference.
(2) After inflating argon gas, it can effectively improve the K value of the insulating glass, reduce the condensation of the glass on the indoor side, make the insulating glass less prone to condensation and frost, and improve the comfort level. But not charging argon is not the direct cause of fogging.
(3) Because argon gas has the characteristics of inert gas itself, it can slow the heat convection in the insulating glass, and at the same time, it can improve the sound insulation effect more greatly, that is, the insulating glass can be insulated and the sound insulation effect is better.
(4) Increase the wind pressure resistance.
(5) Because it is filled with a dry inert gas, the moisture-bearing air in the hollow cavity can be replaced to keep the environment inside the cavity drier and prolong the service life of the molecular sieve in the aluminum spacer frame.
(6) When low-emission glass or coated glass is used, the film layer can be protected by the inert gas, the oxidation rate can be lowered, and the service life of the coated glass can be prolonged.