Ordinary flat glass is mainly used for doors and Windows, which plays the role of light transmission, wind protection and heat preservation; Decorative glass, appearance, color, luster effect is outstanding, has a strong decorative; Safety glass is the glass with outstanding safety performance, which has the characteristics of high mechanical strength and strong impact resistance. Energy-saving glass is the glass with outstanding heat preservation and insulation performance, and has significant energy-saving effect.
Ordinary plate glass is the more commonly used glass, usually seen in doors, Windows, partitions and other parts. Ordinary plate glass refers to flat glass products without other processing, also known as window glass. It is a type of glass that is produced in larger quantities and used more frequently, and is also the original piece of glass that is further processed into other technologies.
The properties and applications of ordinary flat glass are different with different thickness. When buying, pay attention to choose the right thickness of glass.
Ordinary flat glass has the performance of light transmission, heat insulation, sound insulation, wear resistance, climate change resistance, and some heat preservation, heat absorption, radiation protection and other characteristics.
Users in the purchase of plate glass, the first look at the color, high quality plate glass color is colorless transparent or slightly with light green; Secondly, look at the thickness, the thickness of the glass should be uniform, the size should be standardized; Once again, we should carefully observe whether there are bubbles, stones and waves, scratches and so on in the glass. The method is 60 centimeters away from the glass and the backlight line is observed by the naked eye.
Ordinary flat glass in strength, impact resistance, color luster and other aspects of the general performance. The main defects that affect the quality of plate glass are bubbles and stones. Bubbles are the cavities that lurk in the vitreous body and are caused by careless handling during the cooling phase of the manufacturing process. Stones commonly known as lumps, also known as sand particles, are solid inclusions in glass, not only destroy the appearance and optical uniformity of glass products, but also greatly reduce the mechanical strength and thermal stability of glass products.