TEMPERED GLASS

Tempered glass is five times stronger than annealed Glass

The process of producing tempered glass begins with heating glass up to 500 Celsius then suddenly cooling it down.
After passing the tempering, tempered glass is 3 to 5 times stronger than normal annealed glass.
When broken, tempered glass fractures into small fragments that decrease the possibility of serious injury.

Features

Tempered glass is five times stronger than annealed glass.
When broken, tempered glass disintegrates into small harmless cubical fragments.
Withstand sudden change in temperature up to 220 Celsius.
Tempered glass can be customized before the tempering process.
Thickness and light transmittance are similar to annealed glass. The degree of curvature is 0.3 %, which is merely the 1/10 permitted value of international standard

Applications

External: General constructions and buildings such as curtain walls,facades and skylights Interior: partitions, balustrades and handrails, furniture, product showcases and decoration items

Specifications

Thickness: 3-19 mm.
Maximum size: 3,000 x 6000 mm.
Minimum size: 100 x 100 mm.