Guardian Glass Releases Updates to Its Insulating Glass Products

Guardian Glass North America has announced updates to its residential insulating glass products. Its proprietary warm-edge spacer currently manufactured in its Sun Prairie, Wis., fabrication facility is now branded Guardian Align, and Guardian changed the color of its primary polyisobutyl sealant to black in order to create cleaner sightlines that blend in with modern and contemporary window frames.

Failure is not an option. Guardian knows that failed insulated units lead to warranty repairs and brand destruction. Therefore, Guardian has designed IGUs using Guardian Align spacers to have a seal that provides high argon retention rates and low seal failures to ensure customers can focus on making and selling windows, not replacing them. IGUs constructed by Guardian Glass with the Guardian Align spacer and black sealant offers customers improved thermal insulation while providing durability and strength. The result of extensive research and development, Guardian Align spacers feature:

  • Low conductivity corrugated stainless steel construction
  • 90 degree corners with a hermetic fourth corner joint
  • Low-conductivity PIB primary sealant with long diffusion path
  • Commercial-grade silicone secondary sealant
  • 20-year warranty

“Guardian Align spacers are extremely durable with impressive thermal insulation performance,” explains Scott Billings, vice president and general manager, glass fabrication, Guardian Glass North America. “IG units made with Guardian Align spacers and our robust coating portfolio deliver value to our customers in both residential and light commercial applications.”

Learn more about Guardian residential IGUs with Guardian Align spacers and black sealant.

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