Type of Glasses
Toughened glass is manufactured through cooling the surface of glasses rapidly and making the compressive stress distribute in the surface of glasses and the tensile stress in the central layer when the sheet glass is heated near the softening point. Because the tensile stress produced by the powerful and even compressive stress is counteracted by the powerful compressive stress of glasses, the safety of glasses is improved.
The strength of toughened glass is about eight times of that of the common glasses, i.e. more than 95 Pa. If met with by powerful external force, the toughened glasses will be broken into particles as small as bean. Thus, its harm can be reduced. Toughened glasses can be widely applied to building decoration, furniture, vehicles and vessels.
Tempered Glass Features:
Float glass used in construction, mirror, furniture, decoration, optical equipment, vehicles, and so on. Introduction of product line:
After broken, the toughened glasses will be broken into particles as small as bean. Thus, the possibility of its harm to body can be reduced.
impact strength and flexural strength of the same thickness of toughened glasses is generally 4-5 times as strong as the common glasses.
3~4 times of that of the common glasses.
with good thermal stability, to be able to withstand the temperature of the glass is three times as big as the common ones, and 300 ° C temperature changes can bear.
Toughened Glass is of safety glass, which are widely used for higher mechanical strength and safety of the premises. Such as: glass doors and construction curtain wall, the establishment of a window, indoor partition, fixture, partition for the location of near the intense heat and the impact severed by the hot and cold.
Tempered Glass Dimensions:
Max. Size: 2440 MM X 3660 MM Min. Size: 300 MM X 300 MM
The Range of Thickness:
Toughened glass 4 MM ~ 19 MM
Tempered Glass Type:
Coated Glass, Pattern Glass, glazing Glass, and Glass Sheet in various colors.
1. Construction curtain wall
2. Glass doors & windows
3. Support bar of Staircases & escalators
4. Different types of the glass art decorations
5. Location of near the intense heat and the impact severed by the hot and cold.
Float glass is formed through glass liquor in a tin trough filled with the protective gas (N2 and H2) . Melted Glass continuously flows from melting furnaces and floats on the surface of the tin with relatively bigger density. By the effects of gravity and surface tension, liquid glass spreads on the surface of tin and form the smooth finish, after sclerosis and cooling, was led onto rollers. Roller turning off the glass out of tin bath into annealing furnace for annealing, after annealed and cut, the float glass products was formed.