Glass Block (Corner Block - A)

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  • Standard:en1051-1

  • Origin:china

  • HS Code:70169090

  • Production Capacity:36 MILLION PCS PER YEAR

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We are the biggest glass blocks supplier in the world, our products quality control system have passed ISO9001, 14000, 28001, EN1051, SGS certified. Our base products GLASS BLOCKS have been sold all over the world.


The glass blocks we can produce and suply:
Clear glass blocks of 190X190X80mm
Blue/green/pink/brown of 190X190X80mm
Clear glass block of 240X115X80mm
Clear glass block of 240x240x80mm
Clear glass block of 190X190X95mm
Clear glass block of 145x145x95mm

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Q:is it possible to build solar panels with recycled glass?
I okorder.com Go to his projects section and take a look as he has many links within his site and external as well. The basic principles of passive solar can be applied anywhere. If you are looking for construction plans and measured drawings- don't. There is too much variation in the windows themselves. You have to have some basic construction skills and some basic design sense to make it really work because those cariations lead to gaps that need filling in, and a means of supporting things. One hint though. If you make a small greenhouse, longer in the east/west direction is best with a low ceiling/roofline, and no narrower than about 8 feet. For heat storage you can use rock, but you will likely have better luck with 55 gallon food grade poly barrels filled with saturated salt water. Start with a dark colored plastic and paint them flat black. Also only fill them about 3/4 full. They will be heavy so place them in their final spot first. Insulate the space, 1 inch foam has respectable performance, add a vapor barrier, and add aluminum foil as radient barrier on the walls as the very inside layer to reflect light to the back side of your heat storage. On the roof, put the foil between the foam and the roof deck. It does work very well. Even in subzero farenheit temps. As long as you have sunlight, it will stay above freezing, otherwise a small 300 watt heater is adequate with 2 60 watt incandescent bulbs to keep it above freezing on the very coldest days.
Q:Looking for images or the architect who built a glass/steel facility inside an old mill on the river somwhere?
Can you be more precise? Have you any idea where this mill is? In the United Kingdom, or in the United States, or somewhere else? The first thing that comes to my mind is the Louvre museum, in France, but I don't think you're talking about that. There is also the Crystal Palace, which used to be in Hyde Park, London. It was first built for the 1851 World Fair. I suggest you visit the Wikipedia article for a few pictures.
Q:Building A Glass Wall 10 Points?
I suggest you contact your local glass merchant. I am not being rude but you need more than dimensions to give you an answer. 1, First where do you live. The price in New York is likely to be different than the price in Juneau, Alaska (or in Chiang Mai Thailand where I live!) 2. Do you need a single piece of glass or a lot of smaller panes 3. What specifications for any joints? 4. Do you want the price of construction included or will you do it yourself? 5. Do you want the materials delivered or will you pick them up. 6. What about cost of transport / shipment? I hope you understand what I am getting at. There are too many factors for anyone on here to be able to help you. Therefore contact a local glass dealer and give him/her your EXACT requiremernts and they will give you the only meaningful answer that you will get.
Q:Vray all the glass material to give Fresnel reflection?
I have a situation, I just made an outdoor lens, architectural glass with the VRAY, gave Fresnel, and then adjusted the curve.
Q:What is the place for the use of insulating glass and its energy saving principle?
Q:Is there a good way to remove the heated glass cover from the furnace?
Continuous production of useful manipulator. But the price is higher.
Q:I do building glass exports, do not know how to find customers, do architectural glass, the target customers should be what?
It is not you to find me, I have a glass of customers, four years ago to do this product, do more than three years of architectural glass, the hands of customers, that is, nearly three or four years did not contact, huh, huh.
Q:How does the glass film quantify energy savings?
Insulating glass: insulating glass is made of two or more glass with aluminum hollow frame frame, sealed with cement or welding, the formation of free space in the middle, can be filled with dry air or inert gas, the heat transfer coefficient U than the single layer Glass is small, good insulation properties, but its shading coefficient SC reduced very little, the solar radiation heat reflex improved little.
Q:How do I project a gobo onto a glass building?
Is there something behind the glass windows, curtains, blinds, etc. to project on? If not you might have to hang some pipe and drape inside so you have a palate for the image.
Q:Plane picture glass screen illustration
Of course, you can also add the details of the vertical drawing out. This is the architectural drawings of the painting, if it is a special curtain wall drawings, then you need to support the structure of the curtain wall is also expressed.

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