Posted in materials on October 7, 2014 2:14 pm EDT

Window Spacer Improves the View for Large Window Units

High-performance window spacer optimizes profile geometry for improved handling and aesthetics.


 

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TAGS: aesthetics, energy efficiency, glass,

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By Church Designer Staff

Technoform Glass Insulation (TGI) introduces the new TGI-Spacer M, an advanced, high-performance window spacer with an optimized profile geometry that is ideal for larger window units. Spacer M reportedly delivers truer, easier handling and visibly improved sightlines for a complete range of commercial, industrial and residential building applications.

"Spacer M offers superior handling during window fabrication, presents enhanced aesthetics and delivers desired energy performance benefits."

—Brian Stephens, Market Team, Technoform Glass Insulation North America

"The TGI-Spacer M adds versatility to the TGI spacer portfolio, providing an ideal solution for larger window units," says Brian Stephens, Market Team, Technoform Glass Insulation North America. "Designed to meet the needs of an increasingly demanding marketplace, Spacer M offers superior handling during window fabrication, presents enhanced aesthetics and delivers desired energy performance benefits."

The TGI-Spacer M is available in a range of size configurations. The new product line is also available in six standard color selections, including: black, light grey (anodized), dark grey, white, champagne, and bronze. Spacer M is also available in a range of custom colors and sizes through the TGI customized solutions on demand program.

For more information about Technoform Glass Insulation and the new Spacer M product, visit: (visit link)

Find Technoform Glass Insulation at Greenbuild, Oct. 22-24, 2014, in New Orleans.

 

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