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HOMAG and tesa develop a new process

Gluing technology for integrated composite windows

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In window production, appearance and break-in protection requirements are increasingly coming to the fore when it comes to manufacturing the adhesive bond between the pane and the frame. HOMAG and tesa wanted to develop a simple production solution with a reliable process to address these requirements. The process is also required for manufacturing integrated windows.
The core of the new process is the application of an integrated adhesive tape, tesa® ACXplus, which is inserted into the window frame after planing. After CNC processing, the window—including the adhesive tape—can be painted, ensuring that the color of the joint is identical.
The protective film on the adhesive tape can then be easily removed before inserting the window, and the pane no longer has to be sealed with silicone.

Properties of integrated windows:
- More light in the room: Narrow wing profiles mean up to 20% more glass.
- Modern design: Flush to the outside when installed in the soffit, the frame is practically invisible.
- Low maintenance requirements: The pane of glass and the frame are fixed in place and securely connected to one another. The wing does not have to be "set."
- Increased break-in protection: The pane of glass cannot be separated from the wing frame and reinforces the frame. This makes the frame more robust in the event of an attempted break-in.
- High thermal insulation: The narrow frame ensures the windows achieve the best U-Values.

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