Application of Window Tint Checker in Building Glass Industry

Time:2020/01/08 13:47:00 Browse:503

How to classiy the glass quality with window tint checker? In order to meet the different needs of architectural glass in different climate areas. We need to use window tint checker to measure the glass light transmittance.
      Being irradiated with proper sunlight can kill some bacteria on the human body and remove the internal humidity. However, being irradiated by strong sunlight can cause dazzling glare, neurological headaches and other negative effects such as decreased work efficiency. The amount of sunlight entering the room is affected by many factors, among which the glass light transmittance is an important factor that cannot be ignored. Choosing a glass with the right light transmittance can create a good environment for daily life and work.
      Many people may ask what is the glass transmittance? The glass transmittance refers to the percentage of the outgoing light flux to the incident light flux when light passes through the glass. At present, there are many types of architectural glass. In addition to the common float glass and tempered glass, there are varieties with special properties such as laminated glass, hot-melt glass and frosted glass. Different types of glass have different ability to transmit light (that is, light transmittance). However, limited by the ability of human eyes to recognize, ordinary people cannot make accurate judgments on the glass light transmittance . If you want to choose the high quality glass, you need a window tint checker for accurate detection.
      The so-called window tint checker is also known as the light transmittance meter, light transmittance tester and
window tint checker. It is a professional instrument for building glass production factories to test the transmittance after the product is produced in order to ensure that the building glass meets the requirements.


General architectural glass manufacturers will recommend the high transmittance architectural glass to customers living in severe cold regions  based on the glass transmittance and thermal insulation performance testing. The high glass light transmittance can satisfy their use requirements in the winter. People in cold regions (such as Yinchuan, Xi'an, and Lanzhou in China) need glass with high transmittance to meet the needs. The shading type architectural glass with low transmittance is sold to those who live in hot summer and warm winter regions (such as Guangzhou and Taizhou in China). So when the building glass is produced, we will use the window tint checker to detect the glass light transmittance.