Glass ingredient Ⅰ

Glass is generally classified into oxide glass and non-oxide glass by main components. The oxide glass is further classified into silicate glass, borate glass, phosphate glass, and the like. Non-oxide glasses are few in variety and quantity, mainly chalcogenide glass and halide glass. The anion of chalcogenide glass is mostly sulfur, selenium, tellurium, etc. It […]


Special glass Ⅱ

Deep-processing glass In order to meet the various needs in production and life, people carry out deep processing of ordinary flat glass. The main categories are: 1, Tempered glass. It is a kind of pre-stressed glass made of ordinary flat glass after reprocessing. Tempered glass has two major characteristics compared to ordinary flat glass: (1) […]


Special glass Ⅰ

Ordinary plate glass 1, 3 – 4 centimeters of glass, mm also known as PCT or in daily life. What we call 3 PCT glass refers to glass with a thickness of 3mm. This type of glass is mainly used for picture frame surfaces. 2, 5-6 centimeters of glass, mainly used for exterior wall windows, […]


Glass classification

By process Hot-melt glass, embossed glass, forged glass, crystal glass, glass, wire glass, polycrystalline glass, glass mosaic, tempered glass, laminated glass, insulating glass, dimming glass, light-emitting glass. More and more attention has been paid to the installation of handicrafts, and a large part of the handicrafts are made of glass. Glass surface of a building […]


Glass application

There are quartz glass, silicate glass, soda-lime glass, fluoride glass, high temperature glass, high pressure resistant glass, anti-ultraviolet glass, explosion-proof glass and so on. Usually refers to silicate glass, quartz sand, soda ash, feldspar and limestone as raw materials, after mixing, high-temperature melting, homogenization, processing forming, and then obtained by annealing. Widely used in construction, […]


Glass properties

Translucent glass is an amorphous structure of amorphous solids (from the microscopic point of view, glass is also a liquid), its molecules do not have long-range orderly arrangement in space like crystals, but have short-range similar to liquids. sequence. The glass retains a specific shape like a solid, unlike the liquid that flows with gravity. […]


Glass Development History Ⅱ

More than 3,000 years ago, a European Phoenician merchant ship was loaded with crystal mineral “natural soda” and sailed on the Mediterranean coast of the Beirut River. Due to the ebb tide, the merchant ships ran aground and the crew boarded the beach. Some crew members also brought in large pots, brought in firewood, and […]


Glass Development History Ⅰ

The earliest glass makers in the world were ancient Egyptians. The appearance and use of glass has been used in human life for more than 4,000 years. From the ruins of Mesopotamia and ancient Egypt 4000 years ago, small glass beads were unearthed. In the 12th century AD, commercial glass appeared and became an industrial […]


Homeward Cabinet Knobs and Pulls Crystal Glass

Glass (silicate non-metallic materials) Glass is an amorphous inorganic non-metallic material, generally made of a variety of inorganic minerals (such as quartz sand, borax, boric acid, barite, barium carbonate, limestone, feldspar, soda ash, etc.) as the main raw material, in addition to adding a small amount of auxiliary materials of. Its main components are silicon [...]

K9 Crystal

 K9 CrystalK9 is a Chinese Optical Borosilicate Crown Crystal (Optically Clear) with low inclusions and imperfections ideal for use in lenses and prisms, optics and decorative crystal lighting. It has good physical properties and can be polished similar to lead crystal, weighing approximately 15 percent less than full leaded crystal having a lead content of […]