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Contruction Glass

Vacuum sputtering low-e coated

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Low-e glass is produced by vacuum sputtering layers of coatings, including one or two layers of silver on glass. silver is the material with lowest emissivity which is a measure of a material's ability to radiate energy. ordinary clear glass has a surface emissivity level of 0.84, meaning 90% of the absorbed heat is emitted from the surface. when low-e coatings are applied to glass, the surface emissivity is reduced to less than 0.1.

Enameled tempered glass

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Enameled glass is produced by silk-screening a selected color and pattern onto the surface of the glass, then either tempering or heat strengthening, enabling the enamel to firmly adhere to the glass surface.

Modern designs need opaque, translucent, and special patterned glass for decorative use. enameled glass has gained more and more popular in architecture, creating unique styles.

Laminated glass

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Laminated glass is a safety glass made by laminating two or more sheets of glass with a flexible plastic interlayer or pvb. the glass and interlayer are bonded together by heat and pressure.


- Features of Tinted Float Glass

- Features of PG Glass


Insulating glass unit

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An igu consists of two or more panels of glass separated by an air space with a spacer around the perimeter. the spacer contains a desiccant which eliminates moisture in the cavity. the combination of the two panels of glass and trapped air is what makes the igu a superior energy efficient method of glazing. the whole unit is hermetically assembled by a double barrier sealant.

Heat strengthened tempered

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Tempered glass is produced by heating annealed glass in a furnace to approximate 700℃ and rapidly blowing cool air onto its surface. this rapid cooling process is the key element in the physical changes in annealed glass; it creates additional stresses within the glass. therefore, it is more resistant to thermal breakage and is capable of withstanding higher wind loads.

Solar reflective glass

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Solar reflective glass is produced by applying a metallic layer onto the glass surface. the process is the so-called magnetically enhanced sputtering under vacuum.