Sealed insulating glass testing

The most common form of windows installed in residential and commercial applications is the sealed insulated glass pane. A sealed insulating glass pane module is made up of two or more panes of glass separated most typically by a gas such as Argon. Argon is non-toxic, inexpensive and will inhibit frost from building at the bottom of the window. Argon also has good temperature insulating and soundproofing qualities. Glass seal integrity must remain intact for retention of the gas over time. Gas retention is important to maintain the performance of the window over time. Dallas Laboratories has tested thousands of samples of multi-paned sealed window panes for gas retention and seal integrity.

Test Specification
Consulting Various
Depositions Various
Failure Analysis Various
Fogging Test JWRC
Fogging Test Canadian
Fogging Test Dallas Labs with 3, 7, 14, 21 day evaluation
Trial/Arbitration Various