$70,000.00 Insulating Glass Production Line (Used)


Asking price is $70,000.00 – IGUs are designed to prevent heat loss through windows and doors, making them more energy efficient. The insulating layer provided by the gas between the glass panes helps to diffuse heat transfer, keeping homes warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer.


Insulated Glass Units

Insulated Glass Units (IGUs) are a type of window or glass panel that consists of two or more panes of glass separated by a spacer and sealed together. The space between the glass panes is filled with air or an inert gas, such as argon, to provide insulation and improve energy efficiency

IGUs are designed to prevent heat loss through windows and doors, making them more energy efficient. The insulating layer provided by the gas between the glass panes helps to diffuse heat transfer, keeping homes warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer

  • IGUs are also known as double glazing or double-pane glass windows
  • The space between the glass panes can be filled with air or other gases like argon
  • The spacer between the glass panes helps maintain the separation and provides structural support.
  • IGUs are commonly used in residential and commercial buildings
  • They are available in various configurations, such as double or triple pane, with different glass options like tempered or laminated glass.
  • IGUs can be customized with features like low-emissivity (Low-E) coatings, which further enhance their energy efficiency.
  • The thickness of the IGU depends on the specific product and combination, ranging from 0.708 to 1.417 inches (18 – 36 mm)

The line is composed of the following:

  1. Washer
  2. Light inspection area
  3. Pre-assembly area
  4. IG Pressing machine with argon gas filling
  5. Sealing Machine
  6. Hot butyl extruder applicator on aluminum frame
  7. Auto desiccant filling machine
  8. Automatic aluminum bar bending machine
  9. Aluminum spacer transfer machine
  10. Hydraulic lifting platform
  • Corrosion resistant stainless steel
  • PLC Interface with self-diagnose
  • Hot air dryer

Butyl Extruder

Sealing Width: 6-24mm
Sealing Depth: 2-15mm
Conveyor Speed: 0-48m/min
Power Supply: 13KW
Air Supply: 0.5-0.8Mpa
Working Height: 520-580mm
Dimension: 8950*3000*3400

Automatic Desiccant Filling Machine

  • SISMENS PLC system and Touchwin touch screen
  • AIRTAC pneumatic components
  • Can complete drilling hole, filling desiccant and sealing sealant
  • Can fill bending aluminum frame and ordinary corner connected ones
  • Filling height can be adjusted according to the aluminum size
Dessicant Diameter: 0.5-0.8mm
Aluminum Frame Width: 8.5-24mm
Min Size: 250-300mm
Max size: 2000*2000mm
Air Pressure 0.6-0.8 mpa
Dimension 1100*1100*3600mm

Automatic aluminum bar bending machine

  • Special equipment for spacer bending.
  • Recommend for rectangle frame bending only.
  • ¬†Easy operation and high efficiency
Total Power: 0.5kw
Air pressure: 0.5-0.8MPA
Bending Angle: 90
Min Spacer frame: 250*250mm
Max Spacer frame: 2000*2000mm
Spacer width range: 5.5mm-23.5mm

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