Flat Glass is also called clear glass. The composition of the product is generally Soda-lime-silicate (SLS) glass. Its forming methods include fourcault process, pittburgh process, asahi process, colburn process, rolling process and float glass process. Rolling process and float process are used commonly.
Sheet Glass is a kind of ordinary flat glass, began with the mechanically drawing cylinder process, where large glass cylinders were made to be split and flattened into plates, and has developed into continuous vertical drawing processes.
Float Glass is a kind of flat glass made by floating melting glass on a molten tin bath, combining the brilliant fire-finish of flat glass. This process gives the glass uniform thickness and flat surfaces. According to the thickness, it can be divided into 9 types: 3mm, 4mm, 5mm, 6mm, 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, 15mm, 19mm.
The colorants are added into the batch, and forming the glass panels with different color shades. The tints include Ford Blue, Euro Grey, Bronze, F-Green, etc.
Patterned Glass is a kind of flat glass made by rolling process, with different pattern designs. (light-transmitting but opaque). The patterns include Aqualite, Misterlite, Kasumi, Nashiji, etc.
Ultra-clear Float Glass
Ultra-clear Float Glass is a kind of flat glass made by floating glass process, with much higher visible light transmittance than that of normal clear annealed glass.
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