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Decoseal® for Decorative Glass

Decoseal® is a warm-edge spacer system designed specifically to accommodate and support a center lite of glass or decorative panel, thereby reducing the assembly steps necessary in the fabrication process of triple glazing. It’s an optimal solution for decorative glass glazing, helping you to imbue decorative units with the same enhanced thermal performance as standard units.

TECHNICAL DATA

  • Concentrated desiccant layer
  • Thermally broken edge-seal system
  • A low profile to accommodate secondary sealing or structural reinforcement in large lites
  • Imprint for product authenticity
  • Optimized packaging

Variety of sizes and options to accommodate different airspaces:

  • Groove
  • Groove width
  • Groove depth for airspaces under ½” (12.7 mm)
  • Groove depth for airspaces ½” and over

BENEFITS

  • Four times more efficient than aluminum spacer bar
  • Rapid dew point development
  • Low moisture vapor transmission rate
  • Reduces the risks associated with conventional methods of triple fabrication
  • Easily incorporated with high-performance glass and gas options

Safety Data Sheet

ADDITIONAL PRODUCT INFORMATION

GROOVEGROOVE WIDTH (INCHES)GROOVE DEPTH FOR AIRSPACES UNDER 1/2" (12.7 mm)GROOVE DEPTH FOR AIRSPACES 1/2" & OVER (12.7 mm)
T0.176" (4.47 mm) target0.125" (3.2 mm)0.140" (3.6 mm)
U0.220" (5.59 mm) target0.125" (3.2 mm)0.140" (3.6 mm)
W0.280" (7.11 mm) target0.125" (3.2 mm)0.140" (3.6 mm)
PERFORMANCENORM
Moisture Vapor Transmission Rate 0.02-0.03 g H20/100 sq. in. per 24 hrs. for a .020” (.51 mm) film at 100° F (38° C).ASTM F 1249
Volatile Fogging PassesASTM E 1887 HIG E 2189 CGSB 12.8
NormASTM D 1434
Argon Permeance 6-8 cm3/100 in.2 per 24 hrs. per atmosphere as measured on a .040” (1.02 mm) film at 77° F (25° C).
Resistance of Compression of Self-Contained Aluminum Spacer 1,300 pounds per linear foot, when compressed at rate of 2” (50 mm) per minute.

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