Sparklike will feature new technology at Baku Glass

Sparklike, the developer of world’s first non-invasive argon analyzer, is participating in both Baku Glass and GPD, on 1-2 March, 2016.

The company introduced a groundbreaking laser technology last year to measure argon fill of triple glazed units – even those with specific coatings such as Low-E. However, it’s not just a technology but an innovative product that is in use by forerunner insulating glass manufacturers.
CEO Miikkael Niemi will be presenting the non-invasive technologies at  GPD on March 1 at 16:40. Then Sales Director Mauri Saksala will also host a workshop at Baku Glass, where he will discuss the measurement of argon fill with Gasglass devices more in detail.
“The last years have been very exiting for us at Sparklike. We have discovered a new, innovative method to measure the gas fill non-invasively. Last year the forefront of our customers have already started to use this revolutionary laser technology to analyze gas concentration,” he said.
Gasglass Laser measures gas concentration on triple and double glazed units through coatings and laminations. It allows IG manufacturers to measure even more glass products non-invasively, and thus gain better control over the insulating glass products leaving the plant.
Sparklike is a leading manufacturer for non-invasive IG gas fill analyzers, offering a non-invasive method to analyze insulating glass gas concentration.
The company was founded in 2000, and is located in Helsinki, Finland. Innovative Gasglass measurement products enable better quality control for IG window producers worldwide.