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The difference between low iron glass and ordinary glass

The difference between low iron glass and ordinary glass

DONGGUAN KUNXING GLASS CO LTD Internet 2019-09-19 15:14:04
Low-Iron Glass(also call ultra clear glass)is the most transparent float glass available today, delivering remarkable clarity and a virtually colorless appearance. It is ideal for commercial interior, residential and specialty applications. Used in insulating units or as storefronts, vision, entrance, security, skylight or spandrel glass.

Its sparkling crystalline appearance and beautifully neutral edge color make a natural choice for interior applications like frameless shower doors, partitions, railings, furniture, appliances, framing, shelving and display cases. Because Low-Iron is a strong, durable float glass, it lends itself to easy fabrication and processing; It can be tempered, bent, silk-screened and insulated to meet many specific customer needs.

Common float glass looks green. Especially when the glass is thickened or piled together, such phenomenon is more obvious. At present, the architectural designers have required higher optical requirements for the permeability of glass, thus the low-iron glass also called ultra clear glass occurred. Ultra-clear glass has very strong light transmittance. Its perfect transparency assures you to be able to obtain more perfect visual effect of natural color.

Application Range of Low-iron Glass:

Show case of museum, large theatre, counter of gold shop, hall of hotel, partition, point-supporting curtain wall, door and window, botanical garden, greenhouse, aquarium, furniture and shower room, etc.