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How is glass made

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Glass, because of its transparency and reflectivity, and easy to color, is often used in occasions where there are certain requirements for light and color, such as optical instruments and various art decoration. Modern technology has brought new vitality and vitality to the glass industry, but also greatly improved the performance of glass. We will briefly introduce how the glass is made to show whether the glass tea set is good for use.


1. How are glasses made?
The glass production process mainly includes:
Pre-processing of raw materials. Massive raw materials (quartz sand, soda ash, limestone, feldspar, etc.) are crushed to dry wet raw materials. Iron-containing raw materials are removed to ensure glass quality.
(2) Preparation of batch.
(3) melting. Glass batch is heated at high temperature (1550-1600 degrees) in a tank kiln or furnace to form uniform, non-bubbly liquid glass that meets the forming requirements.
(4) molding. The liquid glass is put into the mould to make glass products of the desired shape, such as flat plates, various utensils, etc.
Heat treatment. By annealing and quenching, the stress, phase separation or crystallization in the glass can be eliminated or produced, and the structural state of the glass can be changed.
2. Is Glass Teaware Useful?
In modern times, glassware has developed greatly. Glass is transparent and glossy. It has large plasticity, different shapes and wide applications.
Glass tea sets make tea, the bright color of tea soup, the tenderness and softness of tea, the movement of tea up and down in the whole brewing process, the gradual expansion of leaves, etc., can be seen at a glance, can be said to be a dynamic art appreciation. Especially in brewing all kinds of famous tea, the tea sets are crystal clear, the glass is hazy, clear green, buds and leaves are blooming, Pavilion and graceful, and the view is pleasant and interesting. And glasses are cheap and good in quality, and are welcomed by the vast number of consumers. The disadvantage of glassware is that it is easy to break and hot than ceramics. However, there is also a specially processed toughened glass product, which is not easy to break, usually used in the train and catering industry.