A Flat Glass Tempering Furnace is a type of furnace that is designed to create metal in different shapes like round, square or rectangular shapes. These are normally used by melting the metal pieces in the furnaces to form pipes and sheets. The flat glass furnace can be used for various purposes and is a great equipment to use for home heating. Here are some important facts about flat glass furnaces and its benefits.
Flat glass tempering furnace is designed to make heat resistant and stronger glass for the cut and processed glass. Flat glass, reflective glass, colored glass and hard-coated (Low-E) glass can be tempered. Glass tempering is performed in maximum quality.
Glass is heated to a very high degree in the heating flat glass tempering furnace and cooled by blowing air through high-speed fans. Tempered glass as well as to increase the durability and resistance to thermal stress, the volume of product, chemical structure does not change the color and clarity. When broken, to crumble into small granular chunks instead of splintering into jagged shards as plate glass creates. The granular chunks are less likely to cause injury.
Tempered glass can be used for glass railings, folding glass systems, glass doors, shower cabins, glass partitions, furniture glasses, refrigerator and stove glasses, solar collector glasses, automotive glasses such as rear and side glasses.
As far as the market size is concerned, a flat glass tempering furnace can work with up to three furnaces and it can be very small in structure. This furnace can be installed either in a shop or even at a construction site. These are also easy to maintain and clean as they can be wiped with a damp cloth after use.
There are two types of Mt- gp series flat glass furnaces available in the market. One is the fixed-floor type and the other is the floating-floor type. The fixed floor type can have an installation area which is almost the same as that of the actual installation space. On the other hand, the floating floor type has a surface on all sides where the liquid metal will be melted and cooled.