Edgetech I.G. exclusive distributor for Sparklike

February 23, 2010
 Edgetech  
According to Edgetech, Sparklike's
device is the first to enable testing
without compromising the IG unit. 

 
Feb. 23, 2010 – Edgetech I.G. has announced that it has entered into an agreement with Helsinki, Finland-based Sparklike, Ltd. to be the exclusive distributor for the Gasglass argon and krypton gas detector and Spyglass glass analyzer in the Americas, Europe and Australia. Prior to the invention of the Gasglass technology, manufacturers had to virtually destroy units to test gas fill levels. Sparklike’s device is the first to enable testing without compromising the integrity of the IG unit.

“The collaboration with Edgetech will support the mission and business idea of Sparklike perfectly as both companies aim to provide the glass and window industry with high technology tools and solutions, helping them to produce energy efficient products,” said Erno Launo, the managing director of Sparklike Ltd.


“Our relationship with Sparklike is an exciting endeavor for Edgetech that brings this cutting-edge product to the global marketplace,” said Larry Johnson, executive vice president of Edgetech I.G. “The Gasglass technology for gas measure is the first non-invasive way of measuring the argon and krypton fill level of insulating glass units. It can be used to test both initial fill and the retention of insulating gases in a unit over time.”

Sparklike has been involved with the fenestration industry since its founding in 2000, launching three Gasglass products, Gasglass 1002, Gasglass Handheld and Gasglass Handheld v2. The company’s latest innovation, Gasglass Handheld v2, allows a freedom of movement and total quality control for windows and doors in the factory or even in the field. The portable, user-friendly design allows for more accurate measurements at lower fill levels ranging up from 50 percent argon fill level with high precision.

“The new sensor allows the device to measure with greater accuracy and repeatability,” Johnson said. “And, because of its user-friendly design and non-invasive methods, the Gasglass detector will help prevent operator error and ensure improved quality in the manufacture of gas-filled IG.”

Through its relationship with Sparklike, Edgetech will also offer the new Spyglass technology, a laser-based glass pane analyzer that allows users to perform measurements to determine IG thickness, configuration of panes and detect low-e coatings and laminations. For example, Spyglass is ideal for situations in which a broken window has to be replaced on short notice. Traditionally, it was difficult to immediately define what kind of glass was used in the original unit. With Spyglass, users can instantly measure the exact characteristics of the broken glass and immediately order the right type, saving time and achieving ultimate quality control over the replacement unit.
   
For more information on the Gasglass device and Edgetech’s value-added products and services, visit www.edgetech360.com .


Add comment


Security code
Refresh

Subscription Centre

 
New Subscription
 
Already a Subscriber
 
Customer Service
 
View Digital Magazine Renew


Coming Events

IGMA Winter Conference
January 31-2, 2018
AAMA Annual Conference
February 19-22, 2018
Fensterbau Frontale
March 21-24, 2018
Top Glass
April 17, 2018
AIA Conference
June 21-23, 2018