What is borosilicated glass?
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What is borosilicated glass?

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The basic components of borosilicated  glass are silicon dioxide, boron trioxide, and sodium oxide. It is the preferred material for single-piece fireproof glass. It can also be made into building energy-saving fireproof materials with better comprehensive performance by coating and hollowing processes.Before tempering, borosilicated glass can be processed by cutting, edging, drilling, coating and so on. Borosilicated glass can be used together with other glass to make building energy-saving and fireproof materials with better comprehensive performance by laminating, hollowing, vacuum and other processes.


Excellent performance:

Excellent fire resistance performance;

Ultra-high softening point, stable and fundamental guarantee for fire performance, fire resistance time over 120 minutes. With ultra-high transparency, while maintaining the transparency and beauty of the building, it can still ensure people's vision in case of fire to facilitate escape and rescue.

Ultra-light performance:

The weight is more than 8% lighter than ordinary glass, and at the same time has the characteristics of ultra-high mechanical strength and light weight, which can significantly reduce the weight of buildings.

Optical properties:

Low iron, environmentally friendly formula, high light transmittance, visible light transmittance 92%, excellent optical quality provides distortion-free visual effects.

Double security

Fully tempered monolithic high borosilicate fireproof glass, meeting fireproof and safety performance requirements.


Application of borosilicated glass:

There are various processing types of borosilicated glass, including single-piece type, coating, hollow, composite lamination and other processes. Roofs, elevator shafts, rail transit platform screen doors, rail locomotive doors and windows, etc.

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