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16 modules Distribution Box Flush Mount

$0.00
16A-250V~50/Hz
Code :22410137
Pieces in box: 1
Pieces in package: 16
Package Weight:14.4kg
Package Dimension:488×457×608mm

16 modules Distribution Box Flush Mount

$0.00
16A-250V~50/Hz
Code :22410137
Pieces in box: 1
Pieces in package: 16
Package Weight:14.4kg
Package Dimension:488×457×608mm

16 modules Distribution Box Flush Mount

$0.00
16A-250V~50/Hz
Code :22410137
Pieces in box: 1
Pieces in package: 16
Package Weight:14.4kg
Package Dimension:488×457×608mm

90 Elbew With Trreaded Male Off Take

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Technical Specifications :

packNom DiaCodeDiscription
1401/2×2002- 020- 030
1003/4×2503 -025- 030

90 Elbew With Trreaded Male Off Take

$0.00

 

Technical Specifications :

packNom DiaCodeDiscription
1401/2×2002- 020- 030
1003/4×2503 -025- 030

90 Elbew With Trreaded Male Off Take

$0.00

 

Technical Specifications :

packNom DiaCodeDiscription
1401/2×2002- 020- 030
1003/4×2503 -025- 030

A.1 Laminated Safety Glass (Multi-Layer)

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The laminate glass utilized in sloped, overhead, and other applications presents numerous design and safety challenges. If the glass breaks, the glazing system must protect against the falling glass. Additionally, an understanding of the unique thermal, solar, and ultraviolet characteristics of sloped and overhead glazing is required to avoid occupant discomfort and poor energy efficiency, and reduce potential damage to household furnishings. This Product Application Note is intended to provide an overview of the range of options that exist to incorporate laminated glass in overhead and sloped applications.

A.1 Laminated Safety Glass (Multi-Layer)

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The laminate glass utilized in sloped, overhead, and other applications presents numerous design and safety challenges. If the glass breaks, the glazing system must protect against the falling glass. Additionally, an understanding of the unique thermal, solar, and ultraviolet characteristics of sloped and overhead glazing is required to avoid occupant discomfort and poor energy efficiency, and reduce potential damage to household furnishings. This Product Application Note is intended to provide an overview of the range of options that exist to incorporate laminated glass in overhead and sloped applications.

A.1 Laminated Safety Glass (Multi-Layer)

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The laminate glass utilized in sloped, overhead, and other applications presents numerous design and safety challenges. If the glass breaks, the glazing system must protect against the falling glass. Additionally, an understanding of the unique thermal, solar, and ultraviolet characteristics of sloped and overhead glazing is required to avoid occupant discomfort and poor energy efficiency, and reduce potential damage to household furnishings. This Product Application Note is intended to provide an overview of the range of options that exist to incorporate laminated glass in overhead and sloped applications.

A.2 Tempered Glass

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Fully tempered glass is a safety glass, generally four times stronger than the same thickness of ordinary annealed glass. Taking ordinary glass to a tempered state involves heating the glass in a special furnace to approximately 1260° Fahrenheit, then setting a permanent tension between the glass “core” and surfaces by rapidly cooling the glass in a high-pressure quench.. When fully tempered glass is broken, the release of tension between these surfaces initiates a cascade of much smaller glass fragments than ordinary annealed glass. While a person can still get cut by this safety glass, the objective is to eliminate as much of the dangerously long shards of glass raining down within the broken debris as possible.

A.2 Tempered Glass

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Fully tempered glass is a safety glass, generally four times stronger than the same thickness of ordinary annealed glass. Taking ordinary glass to a tempered state involves heating the glass in a special furnace to approximately 1260° Fahrenheit, then setting a permanent tension between the glass “core” and surfaces by rapidly cooling the glass in a high-pressure quench.. When fully tempered glass is broken, the release of tension between these surfaces initiates a cascade of much smaller glass fragments than ordinary annealed glass. While a person can still get cut by this safety glass, the objective is to eliminate as much of the dangerously long shards of glass raining down within the broken debris as possible.

A.2 Tempered Glass

$0.00

Fully tempered glass is a safety glass, generally four times stronger than the same thickness of ordinary annealed glass. Taking ordinary glass to a tempered state involves heating the glass in a special furnace to approximately 1260° Fahrenheit, then setting a permanent tension between the glass “core” and surfaces by rapidly cooling the glass in a high-pressure quench.. When fully tempered glass is broken, the release of tension between these surfaces initiates a cascade of much smaller glass fragments than ordinary annealed glass. While a person can still get cut by this safety glass, the objective is to eliminate as much of the dangerously long shards of glass raining down within the broken debris as possible.