I am researching the latest developments in large windscreen removal methods particularly cutting through cured polyurethane without using power oscillating vibration tools?
Questions about glass and its applications
Questions about glass, glazing and applications of glass in exterior and interior.
An aluminium glass mirror is made of a float glass manufactured using vacuum coating, i.e. aluminium powder is evaporated (or "sputtered") onto the exposed surface of the glass in a vacuum chamber and then coated with two or more layers of waterproof protective paint.
What are the standards for the water used in double silver or triple silver Low -E glass in washing machine?
What are optimum ph Level, TDS , conductivity of water used in washing machine?
How to maintain the PH level and Tds of water?
Sputter Deposition In which a glow plasma discharge, usually localized around the “target” by a magnet, bombards the material sputtering some away as a vapour for subsequent deposition.
PVD Coatings are made for a specific set of properties high wear resistance, high oxidation resistance, low friction, high hardness at high working temperature, adhesion, scratch resistance and better surface finish in precise colour.
I am wondering if panels have a chip in an edge or corner, at what size do they present a risk of breakage? From what I have read,the compression and tension layers increase as glass thickness increases. If a panel shows damage and it did not break, I read the chip did not penetrate the tension zone. Is it therefore unlikely to break? What is the expected damage size measured along the edge and face in say a panel of 6mm compared to 19mm of a chip that is likely to fail?
Float glass furnaces are used to make flat toughened glass which is widely used in the fields of architecture, decoration, furniture, electronic apparatus, vehicles, ships, aviation, and more. Float glass furnaces consist of three main parts, the melter, refiner and regenerators or checkers.
I am putting a photo box together that will have a lion inside. The box will have one side of glass. So people can pose next to the glass part of the box and have a picture taken. So the picture will look like the people are right next to the lion when in fact they are protected by the glass partition.
My question to all experts is what type of glass should i use?
I don't want anything that can scratch but it needs to be strong enough to withstand the pressure of a 450 pound lion rubbing against it.
The box will be 6ft by 4 ft.
How to find the weight of a laminated glass with thickness 15 mm.
Does anyone know of a method for detecting holes in glass-ideally a fairly compact device.
I am learning about anticondensation on glass in buildings. I want to know the reason cause the anticondensation on glass and the clearance or solution for this problem. You can provide information for me? Thanks very much