Heat Soaked Treatment Of Tempered Glass

May. 26, 2018

Heat soaked treatment, also known as homogeneous treatment, commonly known as 'detonation'. The hot-dip treatment is to heat the tempered glass to 290°C±10°C and hold it for a certain period of time, prompting the nickel sulfide to rapidly complete the crystal phase transformation in the tempered glass, so that the heat soaked glass that may be blew before use is artificially broken in advance at the factory. In a hot dip furnace, the self-explosion of the tempered glass in use after installation is reduced. This method generally uses hot air as a heating medium, and is called 'Heat Soak Test' abroad, abbreviated as HST, and is literally translated as hot dip treatment.

Although the heat soaked treatment of tempered glass does not guarantee that self-explosion does not occur, it does reduce the occurrence of self-detonation, and it actually solves the problem of self-detonation that plagues all parties involved in the project. Therefore, hot-dip is a more effective way to completely solve the problem of self-detonation in the world.

Heat Soaked Glass