Tempered glass

Processing technique
1.Tempered glass is produced by heating annealed glass in a furnace to 620°C. Progressing from the furnace, the glass is rapidly cooled with jets of cold air, inducing compressive stresses to the surface while the center remains tensile.
2.4-5 times stronger than annealed glass of the same thickness.
3.Stronger resistance to thermal breakage than annealed or heat strengthened glass.
4.If breakage occurs the glass breaks up into small, cubical fragments, which are not threatening to humans.
5.Suitable for use as a safety glass as defined by consumer product safety association 16CFR 1201, ansiz 97.1 1984 and BS6262.
6.Conforms to CCC, AS/NZS2208-1996, EN12150-1, and ASTM C1048. All work done on glass (beveling, cutting, bending, etc) must be done before tempering.

Applications
1.External use of show windows, doors, shopfronts in offices, houses, shops etc.
2.Interior glass screens, partitions, balustrades etc.
3.Shop display windows, showcases, display shelves etc.
4.Furniture, table-tops etc.

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