1 Hardness: Quartz glass has a very high hardness of seven on the Mohs scale, second only to diamond. This hardness makes quartz glass highly wear-resistant and resistant to scratches and abrasions.
2 Good thermal stability: the thermal stability of quartz glass is excellent, able to withstand extremely high temperature changes and thermal shock, not easy to crack or deformation.
3Excellent chemical stability: quartz glass has excellent corrosion resistance to most acids, alkalis, salts and other chemicals, and is not easily eroded by chemical reagents.
4 Excellent light transmission: quartz glass has excellent light transmission properties over a wide range of wavelengths, including visible, ultraviolet and infrared light. This allows it to be used in a wide range of applications in optics, photonics and other fields.
5 Good electrical properties: quartz glass has excellent electrical insulation and dielectric properties, which can be used to manufacture high-voltage, high-frequency electronic devices.
6 Easy to process: despite the hardness of quartz glass, it can still be processed using conventional glass processing methods such as cutting, grinding, polishing, etc., making it convenient to make products of various shapes and specifications.