MIG 2013 - Ertl Glas

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MIG 2013 - Ertl Glas
MIG 2013
ertl-glas.at
MULTI-PANE INSULATING GLASS DEFINITION
(MIG in accordance with ÖNORM EN 1279)
A mechanically stable and durable unit comprising at least two glass panes separated by
one or more spacers and hermetically sealed around the edges.
Built with safety
Multi-pane insulating glass
MIG 2013
Glass thicknesses and glass structures depending on installation conditions!
2-pane MIG
3-pane MIG
Ug-values:
Ug-values:
from 2,8 to 0,9 W/m2K
from 1,0 to 0,5 W/m2K
Maximum manufacturing thickness: 100 mm
Spacing system(s):
thermally improved profiles “warm edge” (or AL)
Edge bonded system(s):
Polyurethane or silicone
Combinable of course with the conventional ertex safety glass upstream products.
6000 mm
Systematic product base
Wear resistance and main features are assured through:
• the water vapour diffusion index
• edge bond stability
• the manufacturing process
• compliance with recommended standards
• compliance with the required gas leakage rate
3210 mm
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Manufacture
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Technical functionality on a
high level – to the benefit of
users!
High-end manufacturing technology
MADE IN AUSTRIA assures compliance
with standard gas leakage rate limits.
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The high controlled degree of automation
in the production of ertl MIG 2013
allows reliable thermal insulation – in
other words, a calculated loss of performance < 0.1 W/m2K after 25 years of
service.
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Line infeed zone with machine to wash the glass
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Turning system for coated glass
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Assembly and control zone
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Flat press with gas filling station
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Exit zone after edge sealing
Comparison figures
ECO balance
EMISSIONS DURING PRODUCTION:
(“Ecological foot print”)
1 m2 2-pane insulation glass =
31,4 kg CO2 emission
1 kg beef =
15,3 kg CO2 emission
Source: Saint Gobain Glass.
Building product for generations to come
Glass production (solidified melt product) is very energy-intensive. Thanks to the
outstanding features of the transparent building material and the use of sophisticated
coatings allowing visible sunlight to pass through but with controlled reflection of long
wavelength thermal radiation, the current ertl MIG 2013 range saves more energy
in practical use than the energy consumed in its manufacture. Conclusion: “Multi-pane
insulating glass is a reliable building product for generations to come”
Ageing/Wear and tear
The assumed and expected average usage period of ertl MIG 2013 is 25 years.
(Single pane glass exposed to outdoors, e.g. 80 years)
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Manufacturing steps:
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On-transport to the press filling process
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Automatic sealing with edge bonding sealant
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Heavy duty vacuum lifting equipment at exit zone
Cleaning with attached fault-control unit
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Spacer application and visual checking
Areas of application
Living with glass: Wall areas flushed with light,
look inside or look outside, as you wish.
Room high glazing, protecting from falling.
Users may rightly and naturally expect safety.
It is yet also a concrete planning task.
The use of low iron oxide extra white float glass
is effective for the presentation of merchandise
behind large area acoustically damping multipane insulating glass (MIG).
Transport & Logistics
We will deliver your new glass.
Ex factory – directly from the manufacturer.
ERTL stands for: “effective, smooth and on-schedule performance”.
We have answers and the solution.
“From production to on site mounting”.
The ERTL GLAS large volume enclosed
loader, a low bed semi-trailer with ideal
loading space dimensions of 13.6 m
length by 2.7 m height (low bed sector
6.5 x 3.3 m), is available for “jumbo
dimensions”.
Please bear in mind that the technical
capability of manufacturing and transporting large format panes requires
equally demanding building site logistics
(e.g. accessibility and material handling).
We will gladly share our know-how
with you.
Loading ertl MIG 2013 into a large
volume enclosed truck. Example: A total
of 60 m2 area or 2.5 tons (largest glass
dimension 5.3 x 2.5 m) are accurately
positioned on the loading area.
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Group of companies
ERTL GLAS AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT
EGGER GLAS GMBH
ERTEX SOLARTECHNIK GMBH
FILIALBETRIEB WAIDHOFEN/YBBS
EGGER GLAS GMBH
HOTEL EXEL****
ERTL GLAS STEKLO
PROIZVODNJA STEKLA D.O.O.
ERTL GLAS S.R.O.
Franz-Kollmann-Straße 3
A-3300 Amstetten
[email protected]
Tel.: +43/7472/62 700
Fax: +43/7472/64 472
www.ertl-glas.at
Isolier- u. Sicherheitsglaserzeugung
Holochergasse 11
A-1150 Wien
[email protected]
Tel.: +43/1/786 57 92
Fax: +43/1/786 57 92-13
Produktion
Peter Mitterhofer Straße 4
A-3300 Amstetten
[email protected]
Tel.: +43/7472/28 260-0
www.ertex-solar.at
Alte Zeile 14
A-3300 Amstetten
[email protected]
Tel.: +43/7472/25 888
Fax: +43/7472/25 888-25
www.hotelexel.com
ERTL GLAS AG
Vertriebsbüro Deutschland
Ekkehard Wagner
In der Windstube 6
D-90584 Allersberg
[email protected]
Tel.: +49/9176/995 935
Fax: +49/9176/995 936
Mobil: +49/173/59 43 801
49110/04.2014/MIG 2013-EN
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Pictures courtesy of: Manfred Beham
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ERTL GLAS AG
Urltalstraße 13
A-3340 Waidhofen a. d. Ybbs
Tel.: +43/7442/52 568
Isolier- u. Sicherheitsglaserzeugung
Gersdorf 105
A-8212 Pischelsdorf
[email protected]
Tel.: +43/3113/3751-0
Fax: +43/3113/3751-21
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Zděbradská 60
CZ-25101 Řičany-Jažlovice
[email protected]
Tel.: +420 323637 480
Fax: +420 323637 485
ISOSKLO, SPOL. S.R.O.
Děbolín 51
CZ-377 01 Jindřichův Hradec
Tel.: +420 384 362 447
Fax: +420 384 363 001
www.isosklo.cz
WMA-GLASS S.R.O.
Školní 70
CZ-463 31 Chrastava
Tel.: +420 482 427 411
Fax: +420 482 720 020
www.wma-glass.cz
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