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After the tempered glass is tempered, what is the self-explosion?
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What is glass tempering?


There are two types of glass tempering, chemical tempering and physical tempering:


 


Glass tempering is divided into physical tempering and chemical tempering. Physical tempering is more common. Glass is obtained after passing high material in physical tempering furnace. Physical tempering is very effective for glass with thickness of 3 PCT and above. Semi-tempered glass, semi-tempered glass has a very small hardness compared to fully tempered glass, but its safety factor is also low. If the glass with a thickness of less than PCT can achieve full tempering effect, it must be tempered by chemical tempering. .


 


Chemical tempering is a simple low-temperature ion exchange of glass in an alkali salt solution of about 400 ° C. The chemical tempering is different from the physical tempering principle. Physical tempering is mainly used to strengthen the glass with a large thickness, and chemical tempering is used to strengthen the thin glass. Among the products that are often used for chemical tempered glass are mobile phone glass, scanner glass, display glass, printer glass, plasma TV glass, etc. Chemical tempering is not necessarily only tempered thin glass, and high-thickness glass can also perform well. Tempering, the advantage is that it is flexible in tempering. It is suitable for glass of different sizes, shapes and thicknesses. The processing range is 0.3-19 mm. Compared with physical tempering, the surface is smoother, the transmittance is better, and there is no self-explosion. phenomenon.


Glass tempering is divided into physical tempering and chemical tempering. Physical tempering is more common. Glass is obtained after passing high material in physical tempering furnace. Physical tempering is very effective for glass with thickness of 3 PCT and above. Semi-tempered glass, semi-tempered glass has a very small hardness compared to fully tempered glass, but its safety factor is also low. If the glass with a thickness of less than PCT can achieve full tempering effect, it must be tempered by chemical tempering. .


Chemical tempering is a simple low-temperature ion exchange of glass in an alkali salt solution of about 400 ° C. The chemical tempering is different from the physical tempering principle. Physical tempering is mainly used to strengthen the glass with a large thickness, and chemical tempering is used to strengthen the thin glass. Among the products that are often used for chemical tempered glass are mobile phone glass, scanner glass, display glass, printer glass, plasma TV glass, etc. Chemical tempering is not necessarily only tempered thin glass, and high-thickness glass can also perform well. Tempering, the advantage is that it is flexible in tempering. It is suitable for glass of different sizes, shapes and thicknesses. The processing range is 0.3-19 mm. Compared with physical tempering, the surface is smoother, the transmittance is better, and there is no self-explosion. phenomenon.


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