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Tempered Glass


Witness the strength of tempered glass, forged through a meticulous process of heating to over 600°C and rapid cooling. When shattered, it breaks into numerous small, harmless pieces, prioritizing safety above all. Yet, its remarkable resilience preserves the original light transmission and energy properties of the base glass. Once transformed into tempered glass, its unyielding nature means it can no longer be cut or shaped, ensuring a durable and secure solution for various application.

Safety: One of the most significant advantages of tempered glass is its safety. When it breaks, it shatters into small, harmless pieces with rounded edges, reducing the risk of serious injuries caused by sharp glass shards.

Strength: Tempered glass is much stronger than regular glass of the same thickness. It can withstand higher levels of impact and stress, making it more resistant to breakage during accidental impacts or extreme weather conditions.

Heat Resistance: Tempered glass has superior heat resistance compared to annealed glass. It can withstand high temperatures, making it suitable for applications in ovens, cooktops, and fireplace doors.

Durability: Due to its strengthened nature, tempered glass is more resistant to scratches, chips, and other surface damage, enhancing its longevity and preserving its aesthetic appeal.

Code Compliance: Tempered glass is often required by building codes and safety regulations in certain applications, such as windows, doors, and railings in commercial and residential buildings.

Thermal Stress Resistance: Tempered glass can handle temperature differences better than annealed glass, reducing the risk of thermal stress-related breakage.

Design Versatility: Tempered glass can be custom-cut and fabricated into various shapes and sizes, providing architects and designers with more flexibility in their creative designs.

Quick Production: The tempering process is relatively fast, allowing for efficient and cost-effective production of large quantities of tempered glass.

Quick Production: Uniform Appearance: Tempered glass has a more uniform appearance compared to annealed glass, with fewer visual distortions, making it ideal for applications where aesthetics matter.