Fireproof glass is a kind of building material with special properties, it can effectively prevent the spread of fire when the fire happens, and provides an important guarantee for people's life and property safety. With the increasing requirement of building safety, fireproof glass plays an increasingly important role in modern buildings.
First of all, the main function of fireproof glass is to prevent the spread of fire. It is made of special composite material with extremely high temperature resistance. In the event of a fire, fire-resistant glass is able to withstand high temperatures and insulate flames and smoke within the fire area, preventing the fire from spreading to other areas. This is essential to avoid the spread of fires and reduce casualties and property damage.
Second, fire-resistant glass provides good visibility at the scene of a fire. Compared with traditional fire-proof insulation materials, fire-proof glass can not only effectively prevent the spread of flame, but also observe the situation of the fire scene through transparent glass materials. This provides vital information for the operations and decision-making of rescue workers, enabling them to better control the fire and rescue trapped people.
In addition, fireproof glass also has the characteristics of impact resistance and explosion proof. In the event of a fire, the air pressure inside the building can also change due to a sharp increase in temperature, which can cause Windows to break. However, fire-resistant glass is made of special design and materials that have strong impact resistance and explosion-proof capabilities, and can withstand impact and explosion caused by window breakage, thus maintaining the integrity of the building.
In addition, fireproof glass also has the function of sound insulation and heat preservation. It can effectively block the spread of noise and provide a comfortable indoor environment. At the same time, fireproof glass also has low heat conductivity, can reduce the loss of energy, improve the energy efficiency of the building.