What are the new glass ?
The glass has good fluoroscopy, light transmission performance, high chemical stability, and can obtain strong mechanical strength and thermal insulation effect according to different processing methods, and even can make the glass autonomous discoloration and isolate excessive light, so commonly used Meet different needs in all walks of life.
Titanized glass is also called never-broken armor foil glass. It is a new type of glass in which a titanium foil film is adhered to any glass substrate and integrated into one. Titanized glass has high crush resistance, high heat resistance and UV protection. Different substrate glass and different titanium foil film can be combined into titanium glass with different color, different properties and different specifications. Common colors of titaniumized glass are: colorless and transparent, brown, brown reflective, copper reflective and so on.
Glass-ceramics are also known as microcrystalline jade or ceramic glass. It is a comprehensive glass, a new type of building material that has just been developed in foreign countries. Its scientific name is glass crystal. Glass-ceramics and our common glass look very different. It has the dual characteristics of glass and ceramic. The atomic arrangement inside the ordinary glass is not regular, which is one of the reasons for the fragility of the glass. Microcrystalline glass, like ceramics, consists of crystals, that is, its atomic arrangement is regular. Therefore, glass-ceramics have higher brightness than ceramics and are more tough than glass.
According to the similarities and differences between the control means and the principle, the dimming glass can realize the switching of the transparent and opaque state of the glass by various means such as electronic control, temperature control, light control, voltage control and the like. Due to various conditions, the dimming glass that is currently in mass production on the market is almost all electronically controlled dimming glass. The principle of electronically controlled dimming glass is relatively easy to understand: when the electronic control product is turned off, the liquid crystal molecules inside the electronically controlled dimming glass will be in an irregularly dispersed state, so that the light cannot be injected, and the electronically controlled glass has an opaque appearance. After power-on, the liquid crystal molecules inside are neatly arranged, and the light can be freely penetrated. At this time, the electronically controlled liquid crystal glass is transparent.