Green Borosilicate Glass Tubing with COE33
1.Normal Sizes for Heavy Wall(OD*W mm):
Customized Size: the diameter is from 3.5-300mm, Wall thickness from 0.8-12mm, length to 3000mm
a) SiO2: 80±0.5%
3.Physical and Chemical Properties
a) Coefficient of mean linear thermal expansion(20/300℃):3.3±0.1(10-6K-1)
b) Transformation temperature: 525±15℃
c) Melting point::1,260±20℃
d) Softening point:820±10℃
e) Density at 20℃:2.23g/cm2
f) Hydrolytic resistance at 98℃: ISO719-HGB1
g) Hydrolytic resistance at 121℃: ISO720-HGA1
h) Acid resistance class:ISO1776-1
i)Alkali resistance class:ISO695-A2
4. Borosilicate glass is a type of glass that includes at least 5% boric oxide. The boric oxide makes the glass resistant to extreme temperatures, and also improves its resistance to chemical corrosion. This glass is very popular in the manufacture of scientific instruments, and it was once widely used to make glass for kitchens as well. Today, soda-lime glass is the glass of choice for kitchenware, due to the fact that it is generally cheaper to produce.
Invention of borosilicate glass is generally credited to Otto Schott, a German glassmaker who worked in the 19th century. By the late 1800s, the process for making it had been refined, and in 1915, a famous line of borosilicate kitchen products was released under the Pyrex label. Because it is stronger and more durable than conventional glass, it has a number of far reaching uses.