KINDLY GLASS

 

Qingdao Kangdeli Industrial & Trading Co., Ltd  located in Qingdao China which is a manufacturing and trading company, supplying processed glass , such as clear glass panels, tinted glass panels, reflective glass panels & tempered glass, laminated glass and insulated glass.

Main equipment :

One laminated glass production line, which can process glass (size: 2440mm*6000mm)

Two tempered glass production lines, one of which can produce bend glass (size: 3300mm*9000mm; the minimum semi diameter: 5500mm) and another  can process flat tempered glass.

(sizes :3300mm*12000mm)

Two insulated glass production lines which can process the max. size of 1800*2500mm and automatic aluminum processed machines.

Certification:  Our factory has attained ISO9001  CE

The control of production is taken strictly on every step to ensure the quality of our products. We have exported our products to Europe,  USA, Australia and other countries and regions.

We have an expert team for the export of glass panels and loading containers. We have got a good reputation among our customers. We would like to do our best to serve our present and future customers.

In 2008, we successfully invested in the glass arts and crafts and ceramic. Meanwhile, we have also cooperated with our partner factories in aluminum profiles, EPDM, hardware and accessories.

Hope to develop together with our customers .

In the context of optical coating, low-iron glass has got huge relevance. Until recently, standard clear glass was used when clarity mattered more. But they are not very clear, in contrast to what the name suggests. Low iron glass can effectively replace standard clear glass and offer better productivity.

Clarity of glass

It is not easy to explain how a truly clear glass will look like. You have to experience it. In contexts of optical coating, the true clarity of a glass means the absence of any color. Low iron glass is neutral or colorless, and thus they are highly recommended in places where the clarity of the glass is counted..

Features of low-iron glass

How can one differentiate low-iron glass from standard clear glass? How can low iron glass improve productivity? To answer that, here is a brief introduction about low-iron glass, its making, and features.

The major difference of low-iron glass as compared to other standard clear glass is that they contain reduced quantity of iron content. This makes them clearer. In the opinion of experts, low iron content improves the transmission of light. Consequently, the greenish tint in the glass is reduced to zero level.

Standard glasses appear with a greenish tint on the sides. As the thickness of the standard clear glasses increases, the intensity of the greenish tint becomes more visible. This is where low-iron glass becomes relevant. These types of glasses will appear clear and sparkling when viewed from all sides. It will not have any greenish tint disregard of the thickness.

Low Iron Glass Applications

Low iron glass is used in different places. Because these glasses do not appear with any tint, these types of glasses are highly preferred for industrial uses. They are also used for doors, atriums, display cases, storefronts, and entranceways.

Advantages of low-iron glass

The low-iron glass excels in all the areas where standard clear glass fails. They can be both laminated and tempered. Furthermore, you can paint it just like any regular type of float glass.

 

KINDLY GLASS

More information,please click:http://kindlyglass.com

Company: Qingdao Kangdeli Indusrial and Trading Co. Ltd.

Website: http://www.kindlyglass.com

Address: Room 905 Yihe Mansion No. 108 Anshan Road Qingdao China

Telephone: 0086-0532-82757907

Fax: 0086-0532-82757985

other: Wechat : Kindlyglass_China

 

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