Various types glasses of shower enclosure
1. Tempered glass is the tempered glass without any treatments,and it is also the most used glass in the shower door currently.
2. Frosted glass, after the tempering is completed, a frosted surface is formed by machine polishing, so as to achieve the effect of blocking the line of sight. It is divided into full frosted and semi-frosted (including single-sided full frosted, single-sided semi-frosted, double-sided full frosted, double-sided semi-frosted )
3. Acid etched glass, after the tempering is completed, a frosted surface is formed by chemical liquid corrosion, so as to achieve the effect of blocking the line of sight. Frosted, double-sided semi-frosted), compared with frosted, the effect is more delicate.
4. Silk screen glass, before the completion of tempering, the surface of the glass is painted with the screen painting according to the customer, and then tempered, so that the pattern is firmly attached to the glass surface to achieve a decorative effect.
5. Filmed glass, After the tempering is completed, stick a strong plastic film on the surface of the glass. After the plastic film is adhered to the glass, the glass slag will not splash around when the glass is spontaneously exploded or damaged, thereby improving safety.
6. Easy-clean glass, After the tempering is completed, spray easy-clean syrup on the surface to achieve the effect of not being easy to stain.
7. Coated glass, By vacuum magnetron sputtering electroplating method, one or more layers of metal or metal compound are electroplated on the surface of the glass to form a metal film, which has decorative and thermal insulation properties. Currently, it is widely used around the high-end brand.
8. Wired glass: Its composition principle and safety performance are the same as those of laminated glass. The difference is that the wire glass generally has more pattern embellishments and has stronger decorative performance. It is rarely used in the shower room industry.
9. Laminated glass, After the tempering is completed, the two pieces of glass are glued together by heating (or injecting glue) between the two glasses. When the glass explodes or breaks, the glass slag will not splash around, thereby improving safety . Laminated glass is divided into two processes: dry clamping and wet clamping.