is two or more times stronger than annealed glass. When broken, it shatters into many small fragments which prevent major injuries. This type of glass is intended for glass façades, sliding doors, building entrances, bath and shower enclosures and other uses requiring superior strength and safety properties.
Production: There are two different methods used to produce tempered glass:
Heat treating: Where the annealed glass is subjected to a special heat-treatment in which it is heated to about 680°C and afterwards cooled. If it is cooled rapidly, the glass is up to four times stronger then annealed glass and its breaks into many small fragments (fully-tempered). If it is cooled slowly, the glass is twice as strong as annealed glass and the fragments of the broken glass are linear and more likely to remain in the frame.
Chemical Strengthening: The glass is covered by a chemical solution which produces a higher mechanical resistance. Chemically-strengthened glass has similar properties to thermal-treated glass. The product is not generally used for window glass, but more commonly seen in industries where thin, strong glass is needed.
1. Building:Glass Curtain Wall,Windows and Doors, Roof, Office Partition,etc.
2. Home Deco:Bathroom Glass,Table Glass,Glass Shelf,Splash Proof Kitchen Glass,Kitchen Cutting Board, Writing
Board,Swimming Pool Glass,Railing Glass,etc.
3. Solar Photovoltaic:Ultra Clear Prismatic Cover Glass
4. Aerospace Field:Air Craft Windshield Glass.
5. Ships: Cabin and Yacht Glass.
6. Optics:Laboratory Instrument Glass.
7. Automobile and Rail Transit:Windscreen, Platform Screen Glass.