Analysis of the advantages and disadvantages of tempered coated glass
It is made of glass of various colors such as floating transparent glass as the substrate, and a transparent metal film is added by magnetic control sputtering in a vacuum environment. According to the metal material and the control of the film thickness, combined with different color substrates, various projects can be completed. These things are produced with different optical and thermal coatings, and can be used for tempering, hollow, and interlayer. Deep processing, making it warmer and soundproof.
The big advantages of tempered glass
The first is that the strength is several times higher than that of ordinary glass, the bending strength is 3 to 5 times that of ordinary glass, and the impact strength is 5 to 10 times that of ordinary glass. The strength is improved while the performance is improved.
The second is the stability of use. Its load-bearing capacity is increased to improve the fragile nature. Even if the toughened glass is damaged, it will appear as small fragments without sharp angles, which greatly reduces the damage to the human body. The quenching and heating resistance of toughened glass is 2~3 times higher than that of ordinary glass, and it can generally withstand temperature changes of more than 150LC, which has a significant effect on preventing thermal cracking.
Disadvantages of tempered glass
1. The tempered glass cannot be divided and treated anymore. The glass is made into the shape required by the workers only before tempering, and then tempered.
2. Tempered glass is stronger than ordinary glass, but tempered glass explodes when the temperature difference becomes larger (the key to self-breaking), while ordinary glass does not explode.
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