Introduction to commonly used glass types for showcases

Glass is one of the key materials in the production of showcases. It not only affects the appearance and beauty of showcases, but also affects the display effect and protects the safety of exhibits. During the production of showcases, we often need to consider using different types of glass to meet different needs. In this article, we'll take a look at some common glass types to help you better understand their properties and uses.

1.Tempered Glass: Tempered glass is a type of strengthened glass that has been treated with high temperatures to make it stronger. Common applications for it in showcases include safety glass doors and shelves. Its advantage is that it is impact resistant. Even if it is hit by a strong impact, it is not easy to break, but breaks into small pieces, reducing the risk of accidental injury.

2.Laminated glass: Laminated glass is made from two pieces of glass with a layer of special glue sandwiched between them. This design prevents the glass from falling apart when broken and remains on the glue layer for added safety. It is often used in the production of back panels for showcases or special display boxes because it has good anti-UV properties and can protect exhibits from UV damage.

3.Reflective glass: Reflective glass is often used on the back wall or top of display cases because it reduces the impact of light from the surrounding environment on the exhibits. The glass is reflective, allowing viewers to focus more on the display without being distracted by the background.

4.Low-Iron Glass: Low-iron glass is a special type of glass characterized by being very transparent with almost no green tint. This makes it ideal for use in display cases, especially for displaying items such as art or jewelry that require a high degree of transparency. It can accurately restore the colors and details of exhibits.

5.Anti-reflective glass: Anti-reflective glass is a specially designed glass that reduces reflections and flicker, providing a better viewing experience. This kind of glass is often used in high-end showcases to ensure that viewers can clearly see the exhibits without being disturbed by the glass surface.

At DG showcases, we understand that choosing the right glass type is critical to the performance of your showcases. Our professional team will provide you with the best glass selection suggestions based on your needs and exhibit characteristics to ensure the best display effect and safety protection of your exhibits.

If you have any questions or require further information about showcase production or glass types, please feel free to contact our professional team. We look forward to providing you with excellent showcase solutions.

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