Insulated glass consists of two or more pieces of glass separated by a gas filled space, commonly used to reduce heat transfer as part of a curtain wall. Insulated glass can be combined with low-e glass to produce an effective energy efficient product for buildings, vehicles and various other applications.
XYG adopts the technology of Austria’s LISEC automatic insulating glass production line. The imported aluminum spacing frame relies on automatic bending technology for a one step molding. The processing equipment also features pressure type auto-stuffing of molecular sieve desiccant, automatic film removal, two-component sealing and dual sealing to ensure a high degree of sealing and prolonged product service life.
Low-E (low emissivity) glass is a specially coated type of glass that can reflect ultraviolet light and heat energy without compromising visible light transmission. It is the preferred glass product for energy efficient buildings. Depending on construction and performance requirements, XYG can offer low-e glass in either high transmission or sun shading variants. XYG has the technology to achieve single-silver, double-silver and triple-silver low-e glass depending on visible light transmissivity, shading coefficient, low reflectivity and other requirements as needed.
Low-E product specification sheet can be found HERE.
Laminated glass is a high-grade safety glass formed after an adhesive interlayer of either PVB (Polyvinyl Butyral) or SGP (Sentry Glas Plus) is put between two or more pieces of glass to bind together under high temperature and pressure.
When shattered, the broken glass pieces will remain held together in its original frame, thus ensuring safety of its users. Depending on the type and thickness of interlayer used, the laminated glass can also be hurricane, earthquake, explosion and bullet resistant. It can very effectively block ultraviolet rays to avoid radiation and absorb sound to reduce noise levels.
Tempered glass is a type of safety glass that has undergone a heat treatment and rapid cooling to make it 4 times stronger than regular annealed glass. When shattered, the glass breaks into small, harmless fragments. It also has a high tolerance towards heat.
Our tempered glass manufacturing process ensures even heating on all surfaces of the glass and minimizes surface quality problems such as film damage, thus ensuring excellent optical quality of the glass.
Heat strengthened glass is produced by a similar process to tempered glass but at a lower quenching rate. It is twice as strong as regular annealed glass. Heat strengthened glass cannot be used as safety glass because it breaks into larger pieces when shattered, but is widely used in glass curtain walls, greenhouses and partitions as it does not spontaneously shatter.
Ceramic frit glass refers to custom colours and designs that are printed on the surface of glass, made permanent upon undergoing a heating process. XYG’s ceramic frit glass is wear-resistant and will not fade over time, making it an attractive choice for decorating effects or shading purposes.
XYG has several automatic silk-screen printing production lines, which ensure even frit thickness and prevent pinholes on the glass. We have the in-house capabilities and equipment to custom make and print a wide selection of colours and patterns on our glass. Ceramic frit printing can be applied on all our products according to various needs and requirements.