Material classification of glassware
Is there a material classification for the glass? Yes, […]
Is there a material classification for the glass? Yes, there are many types of glasses. For example, ordinary glass is mostly made of soda-calcium. In addition, there are tempered glass, borosilicate glass, and color glass. What are they? What is the difference?
Soda Calcium Glass
Sodium-lime glass is one of the most common glasses and a very common glass. Soda-lime glass, from its name, we can see that its composition is mainly silicon, sodium, calcium. Soda-lime glass appears in the production of glass and will be widely used. Because of its low cost, it will also be used in construction and other daily-use glass products.
Tempered glass is a reworked product of ordinary glass. It costs 10% more than ordinary glass. Tempered glass is usually used as a wine glass. The tempered glass has poor heat resistance. When the surrounding ambient temperature changes drastically, the tempered glass is not suitable for pouring water because of the fact that there is nickel sulphide in it.
High borosilicate glass cup
The borosilicate glass is a high temperature resistant, cold resistant glass cup. Its heat resistance is very good, so it is usually used to make glass tea sets. Good glass boiling teapots are made of borosilicate glass. The borosilicate glass has excellent light transmission properties, uniform thickness and crisp sound.