Sparklike, developer and manufacturer of the world’s first non-destructive argon analysers for insulating glass windows and doors, has introduced their new Sparklike Laser™ product line.
This innovative device enables the non-destructive measurement of gas concentration of triple and double-glazed units, through coated and laminated glasses – a solution in demand by insulating glass manufacturers, testing laboratories and window manufacturers.
The Sparklike laser product line is based on its patented and proprietary technology. This laser based technology (TDLAS) means that the devices measure oxygen, and the results are converted to argon, krypton and other insulating gases.
Sparklike laser product line includes the Sparklike Laser Standard – an offline solution for test labs and desktop use; the Sparklike Laser Portable™ – a portable system integrated into a robust case with wheels and a battery for mobility in factories and building sites; and the Sparklike Laser Online™ – a custom made solution integrated into an IG line for automated inspection.
Sparklike’s CEO Miikkael Niemi, said, “Several studies show how a significant energy consumption relates to heat passing through windows and doors. Therefore, energy efficiency can be better attained by using high quality triple glazed insulating glass windows and doors than with standard double-glazed units.”
He continued, “At the same time, different regulations and standards related to insulating glass manufacturing are getting tighter. Therefore, it has become imperative to produce verified and controlled high quality insulating glass units to avoid unnecessary supply chain quality costs. Our innovative devices have the potential to answer these challenges and allow our customers to conduct automated quality control analyses, at any point of the production line. The measurement can be done as many times as needed. In other words, our device enables our customers to produce verified high quality insulting glass units and fulfil the prevailing norms and regulations.”