Depending on the actual needs, the glass of museum showcases generally use tempered glass or mezzanine glass. The tempered glass is also divided into tempered glass (also known as ordinary tempered glass) and tempered ultra -white glass; laminated glass is divided into ordinary laminated glass, ultra -white laminated glass, and low reflected mezzanine glass. The early museum showcases were limited by material technology, and they could only use ordinary transparent flat glass as the main materials.
Due to the existence of iron internal iron, the light transmission performance of the glass is relatively poor. Although the cultural relics can be fully displayed, the clarity is average, and the color of the cultural relics seen from outside the cabinet will be distorted. With the birth of the revolutionary product of ultra -white glass, the exhibition effect of the museum and the experience of the audience have been greatly improved.
Ultra -white glass, also known as low -iron glass, is the iron element that we originally existed in the glass composition through technical means, so as to obtain a crystal -like flat glass. Although the ultra -white glass is clear and translucent and the color will not be distorted, the problem that still fails to solve is the reflection of the glass itself. Due to reflective reasons, when the viewer views the exhibits in front of the museum showcase, the glass always reflects his own own on the glass.
Shadow, and unable to avoid, if you want to take pictures, the impact will be more serious. In recent years, people's infinite exploration of various applications and the innovative development of glass technology. The next thing is low reflected glass.
This is a result that we get by changing the optical nature of the glass itself. Excellent low -reflective glass can reduce the original 8%reflective rate of the glass to lower than 1%, which greatly improves the ornamental experience. The excellent effect experience makes it loved by the museum people.