Quartz glass has several significant advantages:
1.High Temperature Resistance: Quartz glass has a softening point temperature of approximately 1730°C and can be used for long periods of time at 1100°C and for short periods of time at temperatures up to 1450°C. This is a very high temperature resistance. This high temperature resistance enables quartz glass to maintain stable performance in high temperature environments.
2.Corrosion resistance: quartz glass almost does not react with other acids, its acid corrosion resistance is 30 times better than acid-resistant ceramics, 150 times better than stainless steel, especially at high temperatures, the chemical stability of any other engineering materials are incomparable.
3.Thermal stability: the thermal expansion coefficient of quartz glass is extremely small, can withstand drastic temperature changes, the quartz glass will be heated to about 1100 ℃, into the water at room temperature will not blow up.
4.High hardness: the hardness of quartz glass is very high, comparable to steel, which makes it very wear-resistant.
5.Excellent Optical Properties: Quartz glass has extremely high transparency and good transmittance to both the visible and ultraviolet spectrums, which makes it widely used in the optical field.
6.Electrical insulation properties: quartz glass has excellent electrical insulation properties and is not easily conductive, which is one of its major advantages as an electrical component.