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Glass Products For The Construction Secto

Glass strongly influences modern architectural design. The creative use of large windows, glass doors, roof lights, and atria, among many other applications, makes buildings and houses bright, airy, inviting and energy efficient.

Uses & applications

The main uses of glass in buildings and houses are, of course, the most obvious and visible ones: facades and windows. Today’s glass products for commercial and residential buildings represent highly developed technologies, nothing like the simple window panes of the past. Light, comfort, well-being, style, safety and security, and sustainability are among the benefits of today’s high-performing windows and glass building facades. The ability to control heat, light, and sound transmission to a high degree enables architects to design buildings that have a greatly reduced impact on the environment and dwellings that are quiet, comfortable and safe. Glass also finds application in interior decoration and furniture.

Glass in residential houses

Glass proves to be a very attractive and modern alternative to other building materials, such as brick, poly carbonate, or wood. The more glass is used, the more natural light enters the home. This makes the home even more pleasant and comfortable, and, with today’s high-tech glass options, this can come at no cost to security, safety, or environmental sustainability.

Glass in commercial buildings

Today’s glass technologies allow large commercial buildings to be energy efficient structures that make the most of natural daylight while protecting the environment and the climate and conserving energy.

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Glass Fins

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Glass Fins

Glass fins represent the earliest form of structural glass facade, dating back to the 1950s French Hahn system used at the Maison de la Radio in Paris. Here 2-story glass plates were suspended and laterally stiffened by the use of glass fins set perpendicular to the plates at the vertical joints between them. But it was the Willis Faber & Dumas Building in Ipswich, England that popularized this emerging technology in 1972. In this curving facade designed by Foster Associates, multiple plates of reflective glass are suspended, providing one of the first examples of an entire building facade in frameless glass. This project inspired a diffusion of glass-fin technology in numerous applications throughout Europe and America in the 1970s, and continues to do so today. Glass fin-supported facades still represent one of the most transparent forms of structural glass facades, and are an especially economical solution at lower spans.

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Glass-fin systems are quite simple in concept, utilizing a glass fin set perpendicular to the glass pane at each vertical line of the glass grid. The most challenging aspect of a glass-fin wall occurs when the span is too great to be accommodated by a single piece fin, and a splice detail must be developed to create a fin comprised of multiple glass pieces. Early systems used patch plates to fix the glass and fins together. Spider fittings are frequently used in this application today.

Glass is a transparent material seen by the light reflected from its surface. Thus, transparency in glass-fin walls is often compromised by the banding effect caused by the reflected light from the glass fin’s perpendicular relation to the glass plane. These reflections are highly sensitive to angular variation.

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Typical splice joint detail at the glass fin. Note the drilled point fixings that tie glass to the fin. A thin horizontal tensile element is used here to restrict the back edge of the fin from rotation and lateral buckling.

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The condition of the edge of finished glass products can impact the long term structural performance of the glass system. The adjacent table of edge types is provided to help design professionals understand typical applications.

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Information About Float Glass

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What is Float Glass?

Float Glass is a kind of transparent flat glass is shaped by annealing, cooling, hardening,, cutting glass panels with even thickness. These are formed on metal fluid from molten glass which is produced in a melting furnace at a high temperature with high-quality quartzite sandstone powder, soda ash and dolomite as raw materials. The glass liquor floats on the metal tin liquor, so it is called Float Glass.

What can do the Float Glass?

Float Glass has high plasticity to processing like tempering, hot-curving, laminated, insulating, and coated glass. We have owned the advanced equipment ready for your deep processing products.

Advantages of Our Float Glass

  • High-Quality for tempered glass.
  • Cheaper price and best service
  • Smooth and flat surface and good vision
  • Excellent optical performance
  • Stable chemical properties
  • Standard Packing and Loading and Reinforcement
  • Thickness:2mm-25mm  Size:3600mmX12000mm
  • Solar Transmittance:3mm 85.09%,  4mm 83.04%,  5mm 81.07%,  8mm 76.51%

What is Tinted Glass?

Link Tinted Glass is produced in processing of float glass through adding colorant, it has Bronze, Red Bronze, Euro Grey, F-Green, Dark Green, Ford Blue, Dark Blue, link tinted glass can be tempered, laminated, cut, drill, polished, mirrored, etc.

Color and Size includes:

Silver White, F-Green, Natural Green, Gem Blue, Modern Grey, Light Blue, Gold Brown, Grey Brown, Euro Brown

Thickness: 3mm、4mm、5mm、6mm、8mm、10mm、12mm、15mm、19mm、22mm、25mm

Normal Size:1830x2440mm、2440×3050、2134×3050、2440x3660mm、3050x3660mm、2140x3660mm

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Template For Tempered Ceramic Frit Glass

Some friends, they don’t know what is a template for Template Ceramic Frit glass.

Check below pictures, they are oversize glass with ceramic frit.

And the last one is the mini size for our company logo.

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The Next World’s Tallest Tower

Dubai Began Building The Next ‘World’s Tallest Tower’ ,they didn’t reveal the height yet. “The Dubai Creek Tower”, plan to complete in 2020.

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Top Five Tallest Buildings In The World By 2016

No.1. Burj Khalifa (DUBAI, UAE)

Burj Khalifa is located in Dubai, UAE. Its construction was started in the year 2004, September.

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No.2. India Tower (MUMBAI, INDIA)

India Tower is located in Mumbai, India. Its construction was started in 2010.

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No.3. Shanghai Tower (SHANGHAI, CHINA)

Shanghai Tower is located in Shanghai, China. Its construction was started in November 2008 and it is expected to be completed by 2015.

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No.4. Makkah Royal Clock Tower Hotel (MAKKAH, SAUDI ARABIA)

Makkah Royal Clock Tower Hotel is located in Makkah, Saudi Arabia. Its construction was started in 2004 and it was completed in the year 2010.

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No.5. Ping an International Finance Tower Center 1 (SHENZHEN, CHINA)

Ping, an International Finance Tower Center 1 is located in Shenzhen, China. Its construction was started in 2010 and expected to be completed by 2016.