Laminated glass is a multifunctional product with many advantages. Its advantages include color, sound control, security, and security. Glass and sandwich can be made in a variety of colors and thicknesses.
The laminated glass production line consists of two main parts: preloading and autoclave systems. The preloading part of the process is composed of horizontal washing machine, PVB film arranging machine, combined positioning conveyor and walking sucker hanger. Autoclave system consists of autoclave and glass cart.
Another important process is the grading process. Because laminated glass is fragile, cutting it is a complicated process. Different types of breaks are used depending on the distance between the score line and the edge of the glass. Pressure breaks apply to nicks more than 12 inches from the edge of the glass. The adjustment interval applies to fractions 4 to 6 inches from the edge of the glass. Adjust the break along a straight line to spread the break.
The production of laminated glass is a complicated process, which requires special equipment.
The process of making laminated glass is based on two different principles. The first step is to remove the air from the glass. This is done using compressed air. The pressure applied to the glass is regulated by an air gauge, which the operator can adjust as needed. The process also makes use of pressure rollers mounted on pivots, which are covered with rubber and can be fastened to any glass shape. The rollers are also mounted on ball bearings and are fixed in the housing.
The second step is laminated glass. This step is necessary to make it look nice and attractive. The efficiency of the process is also important. Laminated glass is an important part of the construction industry. It has a variety of uses, including decorative, safety and noise reduction purposes.