Rolled Plate Glass Manufacturer

(5 customer reviews)

Rolled plate glass is a type of flat glass produced by rolling molten glass into sheets of uniform thickness. This method results in a smooth surface and even thickness, making it suitable for various architectural and industrial applications. Rolled plate glass is commonly used in windows, mirrors, glass tabletops, and other flat glass products where clarity and consistency are important.

  • Delivery Time: 10-40 days(the exact time depends on destination country)
  • Departure Port: Shanghai, Ningbo-Zhoushan, Qingdao, Tianjin, Dalian, Xiamen, Guangzhou(or other ports based on customer requirements)
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Description

Our rolled plate glass is a high-quality, flat glass material that is produced by rolling molten glass onto a metal table and then cooling it to create a uniform thickness. Our rolled plate glass is available in a range of thicknesses and sizes to suit your specific needs, and can be cut and shaped to fit a variety of applications.

Parameter Value
Thickness The thickness of the glass, typically measured in millimeters (mm).
Size 2mm – 25mm or customizable
Tolerance ±0.05mm
Surface Quality The quality of the surface finish of the glass, often classified as A, B, or C grade, with A being the highest quality.
Impact Resistance The ability of the glass to withstand impact or pressure, often measured using standardized impact testing methods.
Thermal Insulation The ability of the glass to insulate against heat transfer, often measured as a U-value.

Note: The parameter values may vary depending on the specific product and manufacturer.


 

Architectural glazing: Rolled flat glass is commonly used in architectural glazing for windows, doors, and skylights in commercial and residential buildings. Rolled flat glass provides high optical clarity and can be customized to meet specific size and shape requirements.It also has excellent thermal insulation properties, making it an ideal choice for energy-efficient buildings.

 

 

 

Q: What is the difference between rolled plate glass and float glass?

A: Rolled plate glass is made by pouring molten glass onto a metal table and rolling it out to create a uniform thickness, whereas float glass is made by pouring molten glass onto a bed of molten tin and allowing it to cool and solidify into a uniform sheet. Float glass typically has a smoother surface and better optical quality than rolled plate glass, but is also more expensive.

Q: Can rolled plate glass be tempered?

A: Yes, rolled plate glass can be tempered, which involves heating the glass to a high temperature and then cooling it rapidly to create a surface compression that makes the glass stronger and more resistant to impact.

Q: Is rolled plate glass suitable for use in greenhouses?

A: Yes, rolled plate glass is a popular choice for use in greenhouses due to its durability, high light transmission rate, and thermal insulation properties.

5 reviews for Rolled Plate Glass Manufacturer

  1. Josephine

    I met their business director at the exhibition. He was very professional and serious!

  2. Jessie

    We have cooperated more than ten times and their service is very good

  3. Molly

    They are a good partner!

  4. Jenny

    Meet our building requirements!

  5. Judith

    They are professional and the product has a wide range of uses

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