Borosilicate


Borosilicate is usually found in the form of commercial glass which can tolerate temperature variations, making it perfect for making pipes. Borosilicate does not expand as much as other glasses when heated, so there is a very low risk of cracking of the seals or accessories when a flame is applied.
Today, it is the first choice of material that cannabis investors can use because of its strength and affordable price. In addition, the selection is based on the flexibility of the borosilicate with regard to the loading and integration of different types of work or cannabis packaging. It is coupled with good chemical durability, glass forming capacity, excellent thermal, radiation and mechanical integrity.

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