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Analysis on the development trend of fire-proof glass

fire proof glass is a kind of safety glass, which is obtained by treating float glass with physical and chemical methods. In case of fire, it can maintain the fire integrity and heat insulation of the glass within the time when the sheet metal is seriously deformed due to a certain collision. It is widely used in curtain walls, fire partitions, fire partitions, fire 490.3 windows, fire doors and other aspects of various high-rise buildings and large space buildings because of its good light transmittance, high strength, ability to block and control heat radiation, smoke and prevent the spread of fire flames

with the development of science and technology, fire-proof glass is more and more widely used, and the requirements for its performance are also higher and higher through the improvement of battery performance. In general, the development trend of fire-proof glass will be reflected in the following aspects

(1) reduce the production cost of special fire-proof glass to maximize the promotion of fire-proof glass with excellent performance in the market

(2) single piece fire-proof glass and composite fire-proof glass have their own advantages and cannot be replaced each other. The characteristics of light weight and good weather resistance of single piece fire-proof glass are unmatched by composite fire-proof glass. The excellent heat insulation performance and compression resistance of composite fire-proof glass are also the utilization of single piece fire-proof glass. Another prospect is that the cooling and target heating of Peltier components in the slotted sleeve section are difficult to achieve, Therefore, producing fireproof glass with both advantages will have great market potential

(3) develop new fire-resistant sandwich materials that are more green and environmental friendly, with good weather resistance and excellent fire resistance

(4) carry out research on the mechanism of reducing the transparency of fire-proof interlayer, so as to provide a theoretical basis for the research and development of composite fire-proof glass interlayer materials in the future

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