How to distinguish the authenticity of insulating

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How to distinguish the authenticity of insulating glass

with the development of the glass industry and the continuous in-depth understanding of the excellent performance of insulating glass, the application scope of insulating glass is expanding. In addition to being widely used in glass curtain walls, cars, aircraft and other aspects, insulating glass has entered people's daily life at present. So, when people buy and choose insulating glass, how should they identify its authenticity

for normal insulating glass, first seal the two pieces of glass with sealant strips, and then fill the middle with inert gas. Such a structure makes the real insulating glass doors and windows have good sound insulation and heat insulation performance. However, many low-quality and low-cost insulating glass doors and windows are only glued together with two simple pieces of glass, and have not undergone the above treatment, so there is no sound insulation and heat insulation effect unique to insulating glass

the regularly produced tempered insulating glass will have a corner printed with a nationally certified "3C" logo. Through the logo, we can quickly find the glass manufacturer. In addition, the overall weight of the regular hollow glass door is kept at a reasonable level, and the window is sealed with a special seal. In this way, the adhesive strip is bonded to the glass to ensure its tightness. There will be an aluminum partition between the two pieces of insulating glass. The picture shows Bayer engineers testing the headlamp lens strips made of light plastic, or warm edge strips, spacer strips, TPS, etc. in Shanghai polymer research and development center. The middle cavity must have the function of absorbing water in the cavity. Usually, filling molecular sieve or desiccant is used inside the spacer strip, which can absorb some water in the gas, Prevent the glass doors and windows from fogging after being heated, and there are no so-called process requirements in inferior insulating glass

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