|Min. Order / Reference FOB Price||1000 Square Meters||1000-4999 Square Meters CN¥40.36|
|Supply Ability:||No accurate information|
|Payments:||Direct payment from an online Bank,Pay later,On line bank,Visa|
|Place of Origin:||Shandong, China|
|Applicable Industries:||door window floor shower|
With the emergence of ultra-clear float tempered glass technology, mass production of flat and uniform high-quality glass has become possible, and the types of deep-processed glass have become more abundant. In addition to the commonly used high-strength tempered glass, there are frosted glass and dimming glass that pay attention to privacy protection, laminated glass, and wire glass that enhance bulletproof safety performance.
Ultra-clear float tempered glass is in the tin bath, and the glass floats on the surface of the tin liquid. Therefore, this kind of glass is first of all flatness and no water ripples. It is used for mirror making and automobile glass. It does not make faces. Not out of shape, which is one of its advantages.
The second is the ore quartz sand selected by ultra-clear float tempered glass, which has good raw materials. The produced glass is pure, transparent, bright, and colorless. There are no glass boils, bubbles, and the like.
The third is that the structure is compact and heavy, and the hand feels smooth. The same thickness per square meter is heavier than the flat plate.
The molding process of ultra-clear float tempered glass is completed in a tin bath filled with protective gas (N2 and H2). The molten glass flows continuously from the kiln and floats on the surface of the relatively dense tin liquid. Under the action of gravity and surface tension, the glass liquid is spread and flattened on the tin liquid surface to form a smooth, hardened, and cooled upper and lower surface. After being led to the transition roller table. The rollers of the roller table rotate to pull the glass ribbon out of the tin bath into the annealing furnace.
After annealing and cutting, a flat glass product is obtained. Compared with other forming methods, the float method has its advantages: it is suitable for high-efficiency manufacturing of high-quality flat glass, such as no corrugation, uniform thickness, flat upper and lower surfaces, and parallel to each other. The scale of the production line is not limited by the forming method, and the energy consumption per unit product is low. The high utilization rate of finished products. It is easy to scientifically manage and realize the mechanization and automation of the whole line, and labor productivity is high. The continuous operation cycle can be as long as several years, which is conducive to stable production. It can provide suitable conditions for the online production of some new varieties, such as electric float reflective glass, sprayed glass during annealing, cold end surface treatment, etc.