Precautions when using Tempered glass

Precautions when using Tempered glass

September 03, 2020

With the gradual improvement of living standards, Tempered glass is used in all walks of life, and its application is already indispensable in our lives. So what should we pay attention to when we use Tempered glass in our lives?

1. It is forbidden to use sharp or hard objects to knock the corners of the glass

Since the stress points of the Tempered glass are concentrated at the corners, once the corners are broken, the probability of the Tempered glass breaking will increase. Therefore, for the safety of the furniture, do not use sharp or hard objects to knock the corners of the Tempered glass.
2. Take care to protect the corners of the Tempered glass

If the corners of the Tempered glass are broken, the risk of the glass exploding will increase exponentially. Because the stress points of Tempered glass are all concentrated at the corners, the protection of the corners is extremely important. When the Tempered glass with broken corners cannot be handled, it must be used with caution.

3. Avoid keeping Tempered glass under pressure for a long time

I believe that many households use Tempered glass coffee tables. Because Tempered glass has a certain degree of pressure, it is recommended not to place heavy objects in glass products such as Tempered glass coffee tables for a long time if it is not necessary. Loss.

Fourth, avoid uneven heat and cold

If under extreme conditions, high and low temperatures are applied to both ends of a piece of glass, 90% of the glass will explode. For example, if you pour some cold water on a lit incandescent lamp, the glass of the incandescent lamp will crack. Although the probability of this happening is very small for the Tempered glass, you should pay attention to it if it is not ten thousand. it is good.

Five, stay away from acid and alkali substances

The reason to avoid contact with alkaline substances such as sodium hydroxide (NaOH caustic soda) and hydrofluoric acid (HF) is that Tempered glass is essentially silicon dioxide (SiO2), so the above substances will undergo chemical reactions;