Butyl spacers are spacers made of butyl rubber, including: PE separator, molecular sieve, aluminum tape, butyl rubber, and other components. Butyl spacers are generally used to install insulating glass, which can effectively increase the service life of insulating glass, and also has the advantages of resistance to high temperature, low temperature, and aging, etc. Compared with warm-edge spacers, butyl spacers have better sealing performance, better energy-saving properties, and lower strength. Therefore, the production technology of insulating glass butyl spacers is high, and the requirements for the softness and hardness of the glue during production are high, and the requirements for the storage time of the product are also high.
2.Product Feature and application
Butyl aluminum spacers turned out to be cost-effective: labor-saving, time-saving, material-saving, environmental protection, good sealing, convenient transportation, no silicone glue, no gussets, arbitrary bending, no cumbersome procedures, It does not need any large-scale equipment, and only a small barcode reader can start work, which is the trend of the hollow industry in the future.
1. Enhance the supporting force between the glass: the height of the wave-shaped aluminum strip is increased from the original 1.8mm to 4.8mm, and the pressure resistance is greatly enhanced. The application of polymer materials can significantly improve the problem of the deformation of the hollow glass under pressure.
2. Moisture absorption performance is significantly improved: 3A molecular sieve is used to significantly improve the moisture absorption performance.
3. Tensile strength: The original frame of the traditional rubber strip is a single aluminum tape, and the aluminum tape, plastic heat insulation strip, and aluminum foil film are used as the skeleton of the traditional rubber strip. The supporting force and tensile strength have been greatly improved.