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Float Laminated Glass

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    The date of payment from buyers deliver within days

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    Shandong

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    Long-term effective

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    2019-03-02 02:42

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Qingdao Laurel Glass Technology Co.,Ltd
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yuguan(Mr.)  

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admin@sino-laurel.com.cn

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+86-532-80829560

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18653247836

Area:

Shandong

Address:

Room 1801, Building3, No.20 Lian Yun Gang Road, QingDao, China

Website:

http://www.laurelglasstech.com/ http://yuguan.zkyglobe.com/

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Float laminated glass is produced with two or more thoroughly cleaned panels with one or more polyvinyl-butyralfoils(PVB) are mounted on each other  in a clean room. Then the sandwich is pre-strengthened in a rolling process at approx. 200℃ heat and then put these glasses on a shelf into the autoclave with about 130℃ heat and 10 bar pressure.



Specifications

Thickness of glass

2mm,3mm,4mm,5mm,6mm,8mm,10mm,12mm,15mm,19mm

Thickness of PVB

0.3mm,0.38mm,0.76mm,1.14mm,1.52mm,1.9mm,2.28mm,3.04mm,3.8mm

Colors of PVB

Clear, Milky white, Bronze, Dark grey, Euro grey, Dark blue, Light blue, Dark green,   Light Green, Red, Yellow, Purple, Orange, Pink, Black, Porcelain white

Brand of PVB

Decent, KB, DuPont, Solutia, Sekusui, Trosifol

Type of glass

Clear float, Ultra clear, Bronze tinted float, Euro grey tinted float, Dark grey tinted float, Dark blue tinted float, Fort/Lake blue tinted float, F-Green tinted float, Dark green tinted float,

Size of float laminated glass

150*100mm-18000*3300mm


Float glass is a sheet of glass made by floating molten glass on a bed of molten metal, typically tin, although lead and various low melting point alloys were used in the past. This method gives the sheet uniform thickness and very flat surfaces.

Modern windows are made from float glass. Most float glass is soda-lime glass, but relatively minor quantities of specialty borosilicate and flat panel display glass are also produced using the float glass process. The float glass process is also known as the Pilkington process, named after the British glass manufacturer Pilkington, which pioneered the technique (invented by Sir Alastair Pilkington) in the 1950s at their production site in St Helens, Merseyside.


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