Heat reflective glass, which presents the beautiful appearance of a building and protects personal privacy, can present the outer walls of a building in a more elegant and stylish manner with various colors and it has the effect of blocking the hot solar heat during the summer season.
Although coating techniques for sheet glass surfaces are very diverse, the manufacturing methods currently used can be largely divided into Pyrolytic Coating and the Ion Sputtering Process.
It is commonly used for hard coating and sprays pyrolytic organometallic materials during the sheet glass manufacturing process at glass surface temperatures between 370°C and 650°C. The material in a metallic molecular state that is decomposed at this time forms a thin film on the glass surface.
It is commonly used for soft coating and it is a manufacturing method in which the surface of the coating metal target is hit with high-energy ions on a cooled glass substrate. This results in small metal particles in an atomic state being separated and deposited on the surface of the glass substrate that was placed below it.
|Overview||The process in which continuous production without interruption is carried out by coating during the float manufacturing process||The process of transferring manufactured glass to a separate coating facility, then cutting and coating it to the ordered specification.|
|Coating method||Hard Coating||Soft Coating|
|Manufacturing method||Pyrolytic Coating||Ion Sputtering|
|Bonding Method||Chemical Bonding||Physical Bonding|
|Manufacturing Process||A coating method in which metal chemical material is sprayed on the surface of sol state glass at about 370~650℃ which was drawn from the Tin Bath during the glass production process. This material is pyrolyzed by the heat of the glass and coats the glass||It is a technique in which the surface of the coating metal target is hit with high-energy ions on a cooled glass substrate. This results in small metal particles in an atomic state being separated and deposited on the surface of the glass substrate that was placed below it.|
|Item||Thickness (mm)||Maximum Size (mm)|
|Reflective Glass||6||2,438 x 3,600|