Heat strengthening is a special heat treatement process to increase the mechanical and thermal strength of glass making it twice as tough as annealed glass.The glass is heated to a uniform temperature of approximately 650 °C to 700 °C. Cera...
Tempered glass (sometimes reffered as toughened glass) is heat treated so it can withstand greater temperatures, impact and mechanical stress. Tempered glass conforms to safety glass category. Glass that has been tempered is 4 to 5 times stronger than annealed, but if breaked splits in small pieces doing no or limited harm to person impacted.
Tempered glass is used for a massively diverse range of functions including glass partitions, windows, doors, furniture, glass balustrades and signs. Some other forms of heat treated glasses can also be used in these cases - please check the corresponding categories of our web page.
Max size: 2100*3900mm
Min size: 100*250mm