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What Kind Of Glass Is Resistant To Falling And Heat?


According to different processes, the glass can be divided into: ordinary glass, tempered glass, high borosilicate heat-resistant glass. Ordinary glass is easy to break, and it is easy to burst when it is suddenly cooled or heated. In order to solve these two shortcomings of ordinary glass, tempered glass and high borosilicate heat-resistant glass came into being.

Drop resistance: High borosilicate heat-resistant glass is equivalent to ordinary glass, while tempered glass is 3-5 times that of ordinary glass.

High temperature resistance: When local heating expands, the expansion difference caused by the high borosilicate heat-resistant glass is very small, and it is not easy to be damaged; because of the prestress resistance of the tempered glass, the prestress formed by tempering resists the expansion difference and is not damaged.

The working temperature of high borosilicate heat-resistant glass is relatively high, up to 450°C, while the maximum temperature of tempered glass generally does not exceed 300°C, but as far as drinking hot water is concerned, the use of the above two glasses will basically not burst.

In the case of proper glass maintenance, high borosilicate and tempered glass cups are good choices for drop resistance and heat resistance.

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