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The intercept spacer system was originally developed by PPG industries; however, it was the founders of INTIGRAL (Dick Dietrich & Edmund Leopold) that created the equipment to bring intercept into reality. INTIGRAL was the first company to use this equipment to manufacture the Intercept spacer system for the window and door industry. Since Intercept’s inception, there have been many improvements and INTIGRAL is proud to offer the full line of Intercept to the market today.
Intercept Tinplate – the Original intercept system manufactured of tin-plate steel
Intercept Tinplate Blackline – The same thermal benefits as Intercept Tinplate, but the color of the spacer is black. This, coupled with black matrix, provides an aesthetically pleasing spacer system that virtually disappears once it is glazed into a window or door.
Intercept Stainless – the latest in intercept “warm edge” spacer systems. Manufactured completely of stainless steel, this product gives the highest thermal performance for the most demanding, energy savings applications.
Intercept Stainless Blackline – The same thermal benefits as Intercept Stainless, but the color of the spacer is black. This, coupled with black matrix, provides an aesthetically pleasing spacer system that virtually disappears once it is glazed into a window or door.
Quanex’s Super Spacer® Standard – featuring Polymer EPDM (Ethylene-propylene-diene-monomer) construction, dependably delivers high performance for insulating glass units, including excellent resistance to ozone, weathering, water and aging, while maintaining its flexibility through wide changes in temperature and barometric pressure.
Super Spacer® Premium – Enhanced delivers outstanding performance with high-quality silicone material and desiccant, all while featuring a narrow sightline—a preferred choice among designers and architects for beautiful aesthetics.