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condensation between the panes

Posted by Bruce M on May 6th, 1998 07:28 PM
In reply to Condensation inside double pane glass door by Charles Humphries on May 6th, 1998 05:45 PM [Go to top of thread]

Hi Charles
I'm afraid there is no solution.

There are several vendors of thermopane style double-pane glass, some don't do a very good job of building a permanent seal between the panes when manufactured. When these seals fail, air gets in, along with moisture and will condense on the cooler pane (outside pane). Argon filled interglass spaces are best, because there is no vacuum to suck in air when the seal falters. Replacement is the only option I know of.


Bruce M

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