Clear/Coloreded/Insulating/Sheet/Tempered/Hollow Low E Glass for Curtain Wall
|FOB Price:||US $25 / Square Meter|
|Min. Order:||1,000 Square Meters|
|Min. Order||FOB Price|
|1,000 Square Meters||US $25/ Square Meter|
|Production Capacity:||20000sqm Per Day|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union, Paypal, Money Gram|
- Model NO.: tempered glass
- Shape: Flat
- Glass Thickness: 5mm 6mm 8mm 10mm
- Moh′s Hardness: 9
- Color: Clear
- Single Glass Thickness: 16-35mm
- Transport Package: Wooden
- Origin: Shandong, China
- Type: Insulated Glass
- Structure: Hollow
- Air Cavity Depth: 6mm 12mm 15mm
- Deep Processing Depth: Hollow Glass
- Usage: Building
- Export Markets: Global
- Specification: ISO 9001, CE, CCC
- HS Code: 70099100
Why choose Qingdao creation classical glass
1. The company has domestic advanced glass production line.
2. Long year Low E Glass manufacturing & export experience.
3.Top quality glass with CE certificate, exporting to more than 60 countries in the world.
4. Unique designed strong wooden cases, solving the problems of breakage.
5. Full range of flat glass supply, offering one-stop purchase.
6.Competitive price and quality.
|Glass Material||Clear float glass, low iron glass(ultra clear float glass), bronze glass, grey glass, blue glass, patterned glass, borosilicate glass, ceramic glass, frosted glass(acid etched glass), sandblasted glass, low-e glass, AR glass, AG glass, etc.|
|2||Size||According to customer's requirements|
|3||Shape||rectangular, round, ellipse, semiellipse,|
hexagon or other special shape
|4||Edge shape||Straight, round, beveled, stepped, etc.|
|5||Color||Clear, ultra clear, dark grey, euro grey, silver grey, light blue, blue green, green, ocean blue, ford blue, dark blue and other colors in different shades, etc.|
|7||Corners||Blunted corners, round corners or cut corners|
|8||Packing||According to customer's requirements|
What's Low-E Glass?
Low emissivity coated glass is also called Low-E glass. There are two types of Low-E glass: hard coat and soft coat.
Hard coat Low-E glass is manufactured by pouring a thin layer of molten tin onto a sheet of glass while the glass is still slightly molten. The tin actually becomes "welded" to the glass. This process makes it difficult or "hard" to scratch or remove the tin. Often this glass has a blueish tint to it.
Soft coat Low-E glass, on the other hand, involves the application of silver, zinc or tin to glass in a vacuum. The glass enters a vacuum chamber filled with an inert gas which is electrically charged. The electricity combined with the vacuum allows molecules of metal to sputter onto the glass. The coating is fairly delicate or "soft."
Low-E Glass Application:
Residential buildings requiring thermal insulation