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|Get in contact with Sparklike Oy|
|Contact 1.||Jukka Manner
|Contact 2.||Mauri Saksala
Sparklike Line Integrated Solutions Director
|Contact 3.||Iiro Jantunen
|Contact 4.||Kai Niiranen
|Contact 5.||Mike Burk
North America Technical Representative
|Contact 6.||Jolene Hu
Chief Representative in China
|Contact 7.||Sonja Koivula
Supply Chain Specialist
|Contact 8.||Jarno Hartikainen
|Contact 9.||Vilma Ijäs
Products or Machinery
UNIQUE NON-DESTRUCTIVE INSULATING GLASS GAS MEASUREMENT
Sparklike's devices are based on our proprietary and patented technology, which allows the insulating glass manufacturers to measure the concentration of insulating gas inside insulated glazing units — without having to break them, even on triple and double glazed units through coatings and laminations. Non-destructivity allows the customer to deliver tested IG units, test already installed units, or perform long term testing to their production.
Sparklike Handheld™ and Sparklike Laser Portable™ are the world standard for non-destructive devices used to determine the gas concentration in insulating glass units. We have also developed a laser technology-based solution for IG line integrated gas fill measuring: Sparklike Laser Integrated™.
Company Background / History
YOUR IG QUALITY ASSURANCE
Sparklike is the developer of the world’s first and only non-destructive gas measurement devices for insulating glass. We are the industry leader with devices that are developed and manufactured in Helsinki, Finland. Since the year 2000, our devices have been sold worldwide, and are used daily by the leading insulating glass producers, testing laboratories, window and door manufacturers, building quality inspectors as well as energy engineering and construction consultants.
One key feature in the modern insulating glass unit is filling it with inert gas and keeping the gas inside the unit for many years. The gas fill plays a significant role in the thermal performance of an insulating glass unit. Controlling and determining the concentration inside the insulating glass units requires effective and reliable tools to meet the ever-tightening industry and government energy standards.