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Borosilicate Glass Windows for Sale

Posted By: tcoptik

Date: Wed, 23 Nov 2022

Price: $10.00

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Borosilicate is the alternative for borofloat 33 (BF33). Therefore, this kind of glass is called high borosilicate glass.


1. Substrata for each level of glass processing.


2.Borosilicate Glass Applications: architecture, furniture, mirrors, automobiles.


Borosilicate Window Specification


Material Borosilicate
Diameter 1 to 500 mm
Diameter Tolerance 0/-0.02 mm
Thickness Tolerance ±0.01 mm
Surface Quality 10-5
Surface Figure λ/10
Parallelism 1 Minute
Coating Uncoated, AR, HR, Beamsplitter, etc.


Boro Glass For Sale Technical Information
Fused silica and borosilicate glass is cheap. Its high temperature resistance is very great and it can make a popular material for laboratory equipment. Its low temperature tolerance makes it an ideal choice for many different uses. Borosilicate glass has several unique properties, including low thermal expansion. Its high heat resistance enables scientists to study tiny organisms. It is a popular telescope material because it can withstand extremely high temperatures and a range of temperature variations. It is best suited for applications that require an extremely high level of security.


Borosilicate Glass Windows Uses
borosilicate glass is very strong and cheap. So it is widely used in different areas.Borosilicate has a low temperature, so it is a good choice for different applications. Because borosilicate glass has high temperature resistance, it is best for telescopes material. Its durability makes it a perfect material for lab equipment. It can be molded into tubes and drawn into custom shapes. borosilicate glass is also very good for scientific instruments, such as microscopes, and testing machines. borosilicate glass is durable enough to withstand high heat and corrosive materials. It is dishwasher safe and microwave safe


TC Optics as one of the most professional chinese optics manufacturers, we provide cheap optical components, dielectric mirror for sale, borosilicate glass contains, fused silica vs borosilicate glass, borosilicate glass applications and etc. Contact us to know borosilicate glass characteristics and borosilicate glass chemical compatibility.



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