June 24, 2008 | Vol 3, Num 25
e-glass weekly, your weekly source for industry news and financial data
News to know
Harmonized IG certification tops agenda at IGMA Summer Meeting
BEST Conferences look at green glazing
and trends
CMA software to be unveiled
at NFRC Summer Meeting
More top stories
The NFRC freight trainís a cominí. Are you ready?
Product spotlight
Thermal break system
Risk tip of the week
Business insurance checklist
May construction holds steady
Have you invested in BIM software?
No, but I expect to soon

Which product has taken off most in 2008?

High-performance glass


Protective glazing


Decorative glass







Product spotlight

Thermal break system
Aluminum extrusion producer Indalex Ltd. of Lincolnshire, Ill., developed a thermal break system that uses warm-edge polyamide insulating glass spacers and thermal insulating struts to provide a structural thermal break for aluminum windows, doors, curtain wall and storefronts. Separating aluminum frame profiles with polyamide spacers reduces heat transfer by 40 percent to 70 percent, according to a company release. The composition of the struts creates a thermal barrier that helps them insulate 500 times better than aluminum, according to the release. The struts separate the aluminum, lowering conductivity and reducing thermal transfer and U-factors while increasing condensation resistance. The system is certified to AAMA and ASTM standards.
877/276-1802 | www.indalex.com

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