Double glazed glass
What is known as industrial glass has a 200-year history. Double glazed glass was initially manufactured non-industrial and with the simplest workshop facilities. Simultaneously with the advent of technology in the last few decades, there has been a huge change in the manufacture of industrial glass. Automated conveyors, standard cutting tables, mechanized washing, butyl mulching, the use of dehumidifiers and polysulfide insulation, and the injection of argon and krypton gases between the two glass layers, have produced a new generation of double glazed glass that has better exchange properties. Heat and sound blocking provide higher strength, beauty and longer life
Some of the problems that arise in non-industrial double-glazed glass systems include the following:
Fogging inside two layers of glass
Lack of adhesion to glass layers due to non-pressing
Humidification in the vicinity of air and loss of moisture
Secondary insulation uniformity and air permeability inside the two glass layers
Probability of fracture imperceptibly on the side layers and corners of the glass
Proper sound insulation
Secure glass is intended for high-risk locations and securities. Secure glass is completely crushed when breaking 0 and does not create large and dangerous pieces.
Mm and a layer of resin in the middle 3. Laminate: Laminated glass is usually manufactured in a double glazed 6mm thick glass factory. Cars are of laminate type
Below we will explain fully all industrial glass.
- Reflex Glass:
This type of double glazing is made of a simple glass wall and a reflex glass wall with a reflex glass wall of 3 to be outside. And is visible inside the building at night