Toughened glass (tempered) is about four times stronger than “ordinary,” or annealed, glass. And unlike annealed glass, which can shatter into jagged shards when broken, tempered glass fractures into small, relatively harmless pieces. As a result, tempered glass is used in those environments where human safety is an issue.
Toughened glass is made from annealed (float) glass via a thermal tempering process. The glass is placed onto a roller table, taking it through a furnace that heats it well above its transition temperature of 564 °C to around 620 °C. The glass is then rapidly cooled with forced air drafts while the inner portion remains free to flow for a short time.
We can process;
Flat Glass as per the below specifications.
Glass thickness range: Tempering: 4/5-19 mm
Max. glass size: 2,440 x 3,660 mm (5-19mm)
2,440 x 1,700 mm (4mm)
Bent Glass as per the below specifications.
Glass thickness range: 5-19 mm
Max. glass size: 2,440 x 1,700 mm(bend)
Type of Glass that can be processed;
- Clear float glass
- Coated glasses (Including most kinds of hard coated glass, parts of special soft coated glass, which withstands about temperature 700 ℃)
- Patterned glass
- Tinted glass
- Hard Low E glass
- Reflection glass