All architectural glass fabricators may start out the same but that's where any similarity ends. It's what each fabricator brings to your project that makes all the difference.
From aesthetics, to strict environmental and energy specifications, to critical budget and delivery requirements, our input can make a difference. The fact is, our selection of innovative architectural glazing options combined with specification assistance and technical expertise can help make your vision a reality. Challenge us, you'll see.
Insulating glass consists of two or more plies of glass enclosed by a spacer. Inherently, insulating glass increases a window's thermal performance by reducing the heat gain or loss.
At Viracon, insulating glass units are sealed with a primary seal and a secondary seal of silicone. Insulating units are designed to absorb stress on the unit caused by thermal expansion and pressure, provide a barrier to water and moisture infiltration, provide a gas-tight seal to prevent loss of any specialty gas fill and create a barrier that reduces condensation.
Monolithic Glass is a single lite of glass that is typically used in the construction of the final Viracon fabricated product.
Last Update: 2018-05-11