Tempered glass is also called toughened glass. It is tempered glass that has been heated to approx 600℃ under controlled conditions in a tempering furnace and then cooled very quickly. The state of tension in the glass that this process produces can be “frozen”, which considerably increases the bending strength of the material.

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Specification of Tempered Glass

  • Thickness: 3mm, 4mm, 5mm, 6mm, 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, 15mm, 19mm
  • Max Size: 13000 x 3300mm
  • Minimum Size: 300 x 300mm
  • Color: clear, blue, grey, light green, bronze, etc.

Tempered Glass

Table of Contents What are the main characteristics of tempered glass? The main characteristics of tempered glass are high mechanical strength, particularly high resistance to bending and impact, and good thermal stability. Its resistance to bending is three times that of ordinary glass, and its deflection is 3 to 4

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Heat Strengthened Glass

What is Heat strengthened glass? What are the differences between Heat Strengthened Glass and tempered glass? Heat strengthened glass is also called semi-tempered glass. It is a type of glass that introduces a permanent stress layer on the surface of the glass by controlling the heating and cooling process, which

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What is heat soaked testing?

Tempered Glass Heat Soaked Testing A rare but nonetheless undesirable property of tempered glass is spontaneous breakage: tiny inclusions of nickel sulfide, invisible to the naked eye, expand in volume over time and can cause the pane to break unexpectedly even years after installation. One reliable means of detecting nickel

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Standard Specification For Tempered Glass

The Difference of Standard Specifications