What do you know about Glasses on our life

Monday, August 21, 2017

what do you know about Glasses on our life 

The glass types differ in two ways: the layers, the thickness and the color.

In terms of thickness, there are different thicknesses up to 40 mm, where the single glass thickness of 6 mm is used for normal uses, while the double glass is used to increase thermal insulation and voice and can be used in three layers with the separation between them.

To increase insulation and special purposes can also be multi-layered without a breaker to obtain glass with high resistance to shocks

Types of glass

Decorative Glass

A stained glass and painted according to the customer's request and is interleaved and reinforced with lead and can be used for different uses such as doors, windows, glass roofs and domes

Tempered glass

Tempered Glass is 7 times higher than normal glass and is treated in such a way that it turns into a large number of small fragments that do not injure or hurt anyone when breaking, causing no accidents or injuries
Laminated Glass: It is composed of several layers of glass separated by a layer of resins. If broken, it remains in place and is not dispersed by adhesion with a layer or other layers to increase safety

 1/ Transparent Flat Glass

A pure glass that allows seeing through it and a factory of primary materials such as soda, silicon, calcium, soda oxide and magnesium. This type is the cheapest type of glass and is widely used in places that need visual inspection such as shops and houses.

2/ Shaded Glass

It is a transparent flat glass that contains pigments in its components in order to provide the properties of shading and absorption of sunlight.
This type of glass reduces the rate of penetration of the sun

3/ Reflective Glass

It is a flat glass covered with a thin layer of metal to reduce the impact of the sun and reflect some of its radiation
The use of the metal layer gives the glass the property of non-transparency of the layer where the person cannot see through the glass during the day because of the reflection of glass radiation, Night with interior lighting this type of glass loses the property of non-transparency.

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