Quartz can be used in applications with working temperatures of up to 1100°C, conduction of UV and IR light, high resistance to mechanical and atmospheric pressure.
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Quartz is a type of glass that enables the manufacture of the most varied geometric shapes such as visors, tubes, plates, wool, sintered/porous discs, double-distillers, crucibles, capsules, cups and toothpicks.
These products are manufactured with state-of-the-art technology that provides intrinsic technical characteristics far superior to flat glass (borosilicate).
Quartz products can therefore be used in applications that require a working temperature of up to 1100°C, conduction of UV and IR radiation and high resistance to mechanical and atmospheric pressures.
Quartz glasses are used in high-tech applications. Its physical properties do not interfere with the process. They are widely used in the chemical, petrochemical, semiconductor and thermometry industries.
The main applications are furnaces with temperatures of up to 1200°C, displays and protectors for ultraviolet and infrared emitters, semiconductors and glasses for noble metals. .
A variety of geometric shapes and transparent or opaque options are also possible specifications for a quartz product.