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1. Laminated glass on the car
There are two kinds of laminated glass, one is laminated glass, and the other is ordinary glass laminated. Both will be hard hit when the glass is broken, but the broken glass will always stick together and not hurt people!
2. Car tempered glass
Tempered glass is when the glass is heated to a fast softening temperature and then quenched and quenched into a glass product. Because the surface pressure and internal tensile stress of the toughened glass are common or balanced, the toughened glass also has relatively strong impact resistance and better thermal stability!
3. The characteristics of the front and rear windshields of a car: Although it is broken, it does not splash, stick to the field of vision!
Some front windshields have the word LAMINATED on them, indicating the use of laminated glass. Because the front windshield glass is one of the most vulnerable, when the laminated glass is broken, the pieces can be glued together through the film between the glass. The broken surface will also have a spider web shape, which will not only splash and hurt people, but also to the greatest extent. To maintain a good vision allows the driver to observe the road conditions ahead. The rear windshield will also have thin wires, which are heating wires, which can also assist in defrosting and defogging. When cleaning the glass, riders should be careful not to hang and wipe with hard objects to avoid turning off the heating wire!
laminated glass structure
There are two types of glass commonly used in cars: laminated glass and tempered glass.
Car glass development process
In the twenty to thirty years after the invention of the car, the number of cars was small and they were running at a moderately slow speed. At that time, none of the cars had a windshield. In order to protect against harsh weather, insects and other debris flying on the road, drivers and passengers generally use goggles. The riding and driving environment is very harsh.
With the development of the car’s mechanical performance, the vehicle speed becomes faster and faster. In the future, the harsh wind and flying debris hitting the driver’s face will become a serious problem. In order to reduce this kind of trouble, in the 1920s, various car manufacturers added a piece of glass to the car. These initial windshields were made by cutting flat glass, but when this kind of glass is broken, it will break into large pieces and risk the occupants. Therefore, this kind of windshield does not meet the safety requirements.
In 1919, Henry Ford, a famous American entrepreneur and founder of Ford, took the lead in installing laminated glass on Ford cars. Laminated glass has high strength and durability, strong collision resistance, safety and reliability. Soon, laminated glass became the standard equipment for car windshields.