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2021
DATE
04 - 25
DO YOU KNOW FIRE RATED GLASS?
The main goal of all fire-rated glass is to compartmentalize fire to enable safe exit. It is most commonly used around egress areas, property line walls, stairwells, and points of exit.For over a century, wired glass was the most recognizable fire-protective glazing. “Wire glass” began as plate glas
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2020
DATE
12 - 29
Rato Fight COVID-19 together with you
In the first half of 2020, the COVID-19 has spread throughout the world, so many people have infected and lost their lives to the disease. As a result, it is so important for our ordinary people to take measures to prevent infection by CoronaVrius.There is a series of suggestions to help you prevent
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2020
DATE
10 - 07
2020 GLOBAL FIRE RATED GLASS INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
ReportLinker released an overview report on the global fire-resistant glass industry. The fire-resistant glass market has developed considerably. The dynamic changes supporting this growth make it necessary for companies in this field to keep up with the pulse of market changes. Laminated glass will
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2020
DATE
09 - 27
WHAT ARE FIRE RATED GLASS USED FOR?
Fireproof glass partition is glass designed to reduce the spread of fire and smoke. As far as fire-resistant glass is concerned, there is a fire-resistant glass that can minimize the spread of smoke and fire, but does not limit the heat transfer through doors or windows.Refractory glass will minimiz
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2020
DATE
08 - 01
INTRODUCTION TO FIRE RATED GLASS
We will start with some basic definitions. What is fireproof glass? As the name suggests, it turns out that this type of glass can provide a certain degree of protection in the event of a fire. For glass, this sounds like a strange task.Obviously, glass cannot extinguish the fire, nor can it warn th
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