• How float glass is produced?-MORN BM

    The float glass process is also known as the Pilkington process, named after the British glass manufacturer Pilkington, which pioneered the technique (invented by Sir Alastair Pilkington) in the 1950s at their production site in St Helens, Merseyside. Float glass,mostly are soda-lime glass, is made by floating molten glass on a bed of molten metal- tin, This method gives the sheet uniform thickness and very flat surfaces.Which makes it easy to be further processed-heat treated glass(tempered glass,heat soaked glass,heat strengthened…

  • Glass processing-Laminated Glass processing

    2.1 Preparation and selection of glass The glass used for laminated glass is float glass, tempered glass, heat-treated glass, ceramic fritted glass, reflective glass, LOW-E glass, etc. Before processing, glass should be selected according to the internal control standard of laminated glass. Waves, stones, scratches, chipping, check the flatness of the glass for tempered glass; due to the unevenness of the glass, the glass and film cannot be completely bonded during the pressing process. 2.2 Glass cleaning In order to…

  • Glass Processing technology -Glass Cutting

    Glass cutting is the process of cutting the standard glass panel purchased from the float glass factory according to the order size provided by the clients. Our current machines cutting capability can reach 25mm, the maximum size of is 3300*6000. For 15mm, 19mm thick glass, the extra remained margin is required to be larger, and the chipping may occur during spliting the glass, resulting in uneven glass edge. When cutting the shaped glass, the arc edge is generally hand-polished. When…

  • Glass Tempering handbook

    Mr Jonathan Barr is a qualified Electrical Engineer and worked for 20 years with Glasstech as their Electrical Engineer being involved with trouble-shooting tempering systems around the world. Jonathan retired from Glasstech as General Manager in 2003 and continued to travel extensively as an independent consultant on glass tempering systems.. He was initially trained by the RAF as an electronic systems engineer on aircraft automatic flight controls. He served 25 years and for 4 years was stationed by the RAF…

  • Factors that caused glass curtain wall visual distortion

    Factors that caused glass curtain wall visual distortion Glass sheets and processing factors  Glass sheets(raw float glass) The glass image we usually see is an image that is reflected back through the glass. Measuring the optical distortion of the float glass is the zebra angle. China’s float glass standard requires that the architectural grade glass zebra angle reach 50 degrees, and the automotive grade and mirror grade glass requirements are more than 60 degrees. The zebra angle of foreign high-grade float glass can…

  • Methods to increase energy efficient performance for windows&doors,curtain wall

    The common energy-efficient methods for aluminum alloy windows and glass curtain walls are as follows: Glass energy efficient method Aluminum alloy thermal-insulating profile energy efficient method Double (multi) layer structure system energy efficient method Solar Shading system energy efficient method Point support glass curtain wall energy efficient method Energy efficientglass method For aluminum alloy windows and glass curtain walls, since the area of glass occupies most of the facade, the area that can participate in heat exchange is large, so glass is key to achieve glass curtain wall energy…

  • Hard coated low e VS Soft coated low e

    Low-E glass, short for Low Emissivity Glass,It is a coating on glass surface. This glass not only has high visible light transmittance, but also has a strong ability to block infrared rays. It can play the dual functions of natural lighting and heat insulation. Low-E glass is divided into offline Low-E glass(soft coated low e) and online Low-E glass(hard coated low e) according to the manufacturing process. On-line Low-E glass is a functional film with low radiation performance on the surface of the glass…

  • Using the right glass for your glass curtain wall

    Main factors affecting the safety of glass curtain wall The dangers of the glass curtain wall mainly come from the bursting and falling off of the glass, and the unreasonable reflection of the sunlight. The cracking of the glass may cause the glass fragments to fall off and hurt people. It may also cause the whole glass to fall off and hurt people. The unreasonable reflection of sunlight, especially the reflection of strong light by high reflective glass is also one…

  • Key points when purchasing greenhouse glass-tempered glass

    As we mentioned in last blog,3mm/4mm tempered glass,hard coated low e glass,double glazed units are most widely used in greenhouse,but please pay attention to below points when purchasing your greenhouse glass and select the right greenhouse glass suppliers. 3MM/4MM tempered glass: 1.Glass flatness:3mm/4mm tempered glass are usually not flat because high temperature and wind pressure when processing the tempered glass. As the glass is very thin,glass will easily deform or curved during the high temperature.It won’t affect the glass performance…

  • tempered glass and NIS

    Tempered glass is easy to self explosion. “self-explosion” is the unavoidable problem of tempered glass,In fact, tempered glass is not horrible, and the potential self-explosion of tempered glass has always been the focus of attention. Source of nickel in glass 2.1 During the installation process of the float production line, the cleanliness of the nickel compound in the furnace has not received much attention from the float glass producers, mainly including the weld head and welding slag left after the…

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