"New glass" industry is leading Bengbu to march into the highland of the world glass industry
0.15 mm! This is the thinnest glass in the world at present. Not only that, it can bend like plastic film. Bengbu is a traditional glass industry base in China. Now the "new glass" industry led by the glass industry design and Research Institute is leading Bengbu to march into the highland of the world glass industry
during the National Day holiday, the melting point and glass transition temperature of Bengbu Zhongjian building materials information display material Co., Ltd. were higher. We saw the newly developed ultra-thin glass with an impact value of 0.15 mm, which was a little farther away, making it impossible for the experimental machine to carry out. The naked eye could hardly see this glass. Yang Jianqiang, deputy general manager of Bengbu China building materials information display materials Co., Ltd., said that this technology set a new record for the production of ultra-thin electronic glass in China. "0.15mm glass is currently the thinnest ultra-thin electronic glass produced by float technology in the world, and has reached the international advanced level of data report printing. In order to meet the needs of downstream customers, the company worked overtime 24 hours during the National Day holiday, and the workers and teachers were all fighting in the leading line."
Bengbu China building materials information display materials Co., Ltd. is a scientific and technological enterprise under Bengbu Glass Industry Design and Research Institute. The series of ultra-thin glasses less than 0.33 mm developed and produced by the enterprise have made the world's ultra-thin glasses labeled as "Bengbu label". At present, this company has become the main force of the electronic information industry in our city
in recent years, Bengbu Glass Industry Design and Research Institute has continuously reformed its scientific research system, strengthened incentive measures, achieved a leap from 1.1mm "ultra thin" to 0.15mm "ultra thin", and won the national science and Technology Progress Award for three consecutive times. Yang Jianqiang, deputy general manager of Bengbu China building materials information display materials Co., Ltd., "now 0.15mm can be successfully mass produced, which also provides technical reserves for the future development of intelligent wearable devices and flexible screens. In the future, we will continue to climb to the limit of glass, ultra thin glass 0.13 and 0.10."