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Insulated glass

Insulated glass is a set consisting of at least two panes separated by a spacer around the entire perimeter, connected to each other using various sealing processes, with hermetically sealed spaces between panes containing a strong hygroscopic agent, absorbing moisture, air or other gases.

Insulated glass is generally produced in two versions, as one and two-chamber. Thanks to modern solutions, the glass unit can protect against heat loss, protect against excessive heating, protect against noise and provide temporary protection against burglary.