Introduction To The Building Glass

Jan. 19, 2019

With the development of glass technology and the improvement of people's living standards, the function of architectural glass is not only to meet the lighting requirements, but also to adjust the light, thermal insulation, safety, art decoration and other characteristics.There are many types of architectural glass, such as flat glass, safety glass, etc. This article focuses on safety glass

Building Tempered Glass

Tempered glass is obtained by heating flat glass to a softening temperature, rapidly cooling it to quench or chemically exchanging it. This causes the surface of the glass to form a pressure layer, so that the bending strength of the ordinary glass is increased by 5 to 6 times, the impact strength is improved by about 3 times, and the toughness is increased by about 5 times. When the tempered glass is broken, it does not form sharp and angular fragments, and thus does not injure people.

Polished tempered glass, heat-absorbing tempered glass, used for anti-vibration and anti-collision parts of buildings doors and windows, partition walls and public places.

Building Laminated Glass

Laminated glass is a flat or curved composite glass product obtained by heat-pressure bonding two or more sheets of flat glass with a transparent plastic sheet. Laminated glass is characterized by good safety, does not hurt people, and its impact strength is much higher than ordinary glass. 

Laminated glass is suitable for doors and windows with high safety requirements, such as doors and windows of high-rise buildings, doors and windows of buildings, basements, doors and windows of buildings such as banks, and merchandise display cabinets and window displays.

Building Tempered Glass