How to test argon gas in windows and IGUs by using Sparklike non-invasive gas measurement device?

The Sparklike non-invasive gas measurement device is a straightforward process to test argon gas in windows. Here’s a step-by-step guide:

  1. Obtain the Sparklike Device:
    • Acquire the Sparklike non-invasive gas measurement device. This tool is specifically designed for testing the insulating gas content in insulating glass unit and windows, including argon or krypton.
  2. Ensure Proper Conditions:
    • Make sure the glass surface is clean and dry before conducting the test. Remove any obstructions that might interfere with the device’s sensor readings.
  3. Power On the Device:
  4. Place the Device on the Window:
    • Gently place the Sparklike device on the insulating glass unit where you want to test argon gas. Ensure good contact between the device’s sensor and the glass surface.
  5. Initiate the Measurement:
  6. Review the Results:
    • The device will provide real-time measurements of the argon or other gas content in the IGU. This allows acting quickly to possible defects.
  7. Repeat if Necessary:
    • For accurate results, consider conducting multiple measurements at different locations on the window. This helps ensure a comprehensive assessment of the overall gas content.