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Anti- slip frosted and clear laminated tempered glass

  • Author:DONGGUAN KUNXING GLASS CO LTD
  • Source:Internet
  • Release on :2019-08-12
The anti-slip glass floor is an innovative floor material with superior performance and safety. It is processed by a multi-sandwich process. The top piece is made of tempered glass and the surface is coated with a special anti-slip film layer.

anti-slip frosted laminated tempered glass

Features:

1. Anti-slip: The anti-slip layer on the surface of the anti-slip glass has a high friction coefficient, which provides a guarantee for the anti-slip performance of the non-slip glass floor, and can walk as desired without slipping.

2. Transparent: the anti-slip treatment of the glass floor still maintains the permeability characteristics, fully realize the unobstructed visual line, visual integration, and make the visual space more open.

3. The substrate of the safety non-slip glass floor has high strength and can withstand large loads without breaking. The non-slip glass floor formed by the sandwich can not only bear more load, even when the non-slip glass substrate is accidentally damaged. The underlying glass still provides enough support to ensure safety.

4. The anti-slip layer does not fall off the anti-slip layer is sintered with the glass to become part of the glass as a whole, so it can be rubbed for a long time without falling off.

Anti- slip frosted and clear laminated tempered glass

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