How to Choose the Right One For Your Welding Business
Gas glass tempering furnace is an exciting new development that promises to bring the latest technologies and innovative methods of heat treatment within the scope of a domestic gas glass tempering furnace. It will enable the designer to utilize the energy and cost savings currently available with gas for glass-furnace products as well as other applications. But, what exactly is it and how is it different from current glass-furnace applications? We'll take a look at the technology behind gas-glass and the potential applications for this revolutionary product.
Heat treating is a rapidly evolving field. In recent years there have been several major advances, such as: high-temperature gasification with carbon dioxide injection, solid-state electricity for the first time, and - recently - solid oxide gasification (also called "oxide fuel cell technology"). All these developments have transformed how we treat glass. Prior to these changes, there was only one existing technology in the market: that is, the thermal expansion of glass during welding. This process often required an external vacuum system to expand the glass during welding and often resulted in bubbles, cupping, distortion, or melt-off. This is one of the reasons why traditional glass-furnace applications are often less than ideal.
In the new era of gas glass tempering furnace technology, the gas is forced through a fine channel inside the furnace. This results in better distribution of gas throughout the glass, which leads to smoother, more even, glass with fewer defects and improved wear resistance. The resulting product is also stronger and more durable than both the thermal expansion and solid-state technologies. Another advantage of gas glass-furnaces is that they are safe to use in applications where combustion is not a risk. These products are ideal for use in welding and panel manufacturing processes.
A gas heating glass tempering furnace can achieve many of the same effects as a gas-fired product. You can use the same furnace for different glass-filling jobs or provide additional services to your customers. Some of these services include melting sheet metal, applying enamel coating, stamping, abrasive blasting, polishing and adding laminates.
Since gas glass tempering furnaces have become a popular choice for many customers, more manufacturers are offering this type of furnace. It's important to do some research and review the different models and features. The last thing you want is to purchase the wrong furnace for your needs. A gas glass-furnace might be perfect for your operation at the moment, but what happens if it doesn't fit into your future plans?