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  • Do you know the difference between a crystal cup and a glass cup?

    Crystal cup is actually a kind of glass, the main component is also silica, but lead, barium, zinc, titanium and other substances are introduced into it. Because this kind of glass has high transparency and refractive index, and its appearance is smooth and crystal clear, it is called crystal gla...
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  • Sintering method of double-layer glass

    The double-layer glass has a certain heat preservation effect, because it is a double-layer material. In production, in addition to the choice of materials, it must also pay attention to the process. In the process, sintering is indispensable. Its sintering Methods as below: 1. Arc plasma sinter...
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  • Is the stainless steel vacuum flask harmful to the body?

    The function of the thermos is to keep the temperature of the water for a long time, if the baby will not be too cold when drinking the water. If it is a good quality vacuum flask, the temperature can last for more than 12 hours. However, vacuum flasks are also made of glass and stainless steel. ...
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  • Which one is better, 316 stainless steel or 304?

    1. 316 stainless steel has higher corrosion resistance and heat resistance. 316 stainless steel has higher corrosion resistance and heat resistance due to the addition of molybdenum. Generally, the high temperature resistance can reach 1200~1300 degrees, and it can be used freely even under very ...
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  • How to distinguish the quality of double-layer glass

    Because the double-layer glass is beautiful, translucent and durable, many friends like to use glass products. However, there are so many kinds of cups and different manufacturers on the market, how can you choose a reliable double-layer glass with qualified quality? Let me teach you some shoppin...
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  • Customized double-layer glass for enterprise

    Among the cups, the double-layer glass is more popular among the people. Enterprises are also increasingly looking at double-layer glasses as corporate gifts to customers, especially glasses with their own company’s LOGO and company name printed on them.    The high-end atmosphere of the ...
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  • Composition of glass

    Ordinary glass is made of soda ash, limestone, quartz and feldspar as the main raw materials. After mixing, it is melted, clarified and homogenized in a glass furnace, and then processed into shape. The molten glass is poured into the tin liquid surface to float and form, and then undergo anneali...
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  • What material is the glass

    Glass is an amorphous inorganic non-metallic material. It is generally made of a variety of inorganic minerals (such as quartz sand, borax, boric acid, barite, barium carbonate, limestone, feldspar, soda ash, etc.) as the main raw material, and a small amount of auxiliary raw materials are added....
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  • Coloring method of double-layer glass

    Everyone knows that the double-layer glass has a certain color, colorful and different patterns. This is associated with the coloring method of the glass. I don’t understand that people think it’s simple, but is that true? Let us take a look together 1. The chemical method is to form the color of...
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  • The difference between double-layer glass and hollow glass

    The first thing that has the heat preservation effect in the glass is the double-layer glass. The hollow glass is the more commonly used cup in our daily use. Both of these two products are glasses. For these two different use glasses , The use effect is different. Let’s take a look at the ...
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  • Glass material division

    1. Soda-lime glass water cup is also the most common glass water cup in our lives. Its important components are silicon dioxide, sodium oxide, and calcium oxide. This kind of water cup is made by mechanism and manual blowing, low price, and daily necessities. If soda-lime glassware is used for dr...
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  • How to buy glasses

    1. Whiteness: No obvious coloring is required for clear glass. 2. Bubbles: A certain number of bubbles of a certain width and length are allowed, while bubbles that can be pierced with a steel needle are not allowed. 3. Transparent lump: refers to glass with uneven melting. For glasses with a cap...
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