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Heat Soaked Treatment method Of Tempered Glass

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Heat soaked remedy, also known as homogeneous treatment method, normally called 'detonation'. The hot-dip treatment is to heat the tempered glass to 290°C±10°C and hold it for any specific time period of time, prompting the nickel sulfide to quickly comprehensive the crystal phase transformation during the tempered glass, to ensure the heat soaked glass that may be blew just before use is artificially broken upfront at the factory. In a sizzling dip furnace, the self-explosion from the tempered glass in use right after installation is diminished. This technique often employs scorching air like a heating medium, and it is named 'Heat Soak Test' abroad, abbreviated as HST, and is basically translated as sizzling dip treatment method.


Even though the heat soaked remedy of insulated glass for sale doesn't assure that self-explosion isn't going to come about, it does reduce the occurrence of self-detonation, and it basically solves the challenge of self-detonation that plagues all events involved in the task. For that reason, hot-dip is usually a way more productive approach to fully solve the trouble of self-detonation within the world.

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