The difference between laminated glass and insulating glass




Insulating glass is between glass and glass, leaving certain emergency measures. The inside of the glass is a dry air layer for a long time, without moisture and air.
Laminated glass (glass laminated glass) is two or more pieces, sandwiched in one layer or glass organic intermediate film. After special high temperature pre-pressing (or vacuum) and high temperature and high pressure processing, the glass and the intermediate film are permanently combined Glass products.
  The laminated glass shattered instantaneously, the fragments were also stuck to the film, and the broken glass surface remained an incident. Safety.
   Laminated glass has the properties of transparency, high mechanical strength, light resistance, impact resistance, cold resistance, bulletproof and bulletproof properties. Laminated glass has good anti-aging properties and safety when it is broken. Laminated glass can also be made into hollow glass.
If various diffused lights or dielectrics are filled between the glass, better performance of heat insulation, sound control, light control, and effects can be obtained.
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