Stainless steel spacer bar is used in window constructions where strength and conductivity are primary concerns.
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The stainless steel used in window spacer applications is produced via extrusion and contains a hollow central cavity filled with desiccant. This desiccant absorbs moisture from the interlayer gas cavity. A well-made spacer bar used in conjunction with highly absorbent desiccant and an airtight window seal creates a window that retains its integrity for years, even under extreme conditions of environmental stress, such as storms, heat waves, and exterior impacts. An airtight, low-conductivity IG unit can reduce energy consumption and bills in both private homes and commercial spaces.