starts life as float glass. Float glass, when shattered breaks into large pieces and can be harmful; it is therefore unsuitable for applications. In the tempering process, the surfaces of the glass are heated in a furnace nearly over 670°C. The hot glass is then cooled rapidly by a blast of air over a period of between 3 and 10 seconds. As a result, the surfaces shrink, and tensile stresses develop on the surfaces.
- Tempered glass is 5 times stronger glass than normal glass. It provides greater thermal strength.
- It offers increased resistance to both sudden temperature changes and temperature differentials up to 250°C (as against 40°C of normal glass).
- Tempered glass is difficult to break.
- However if it does break under high impact, only small fragments without any sharp edges are formed.
- Facades, Windows, Partitions
- Side Window Glass, Windscreens, Back Glass
- Lightning, White Goods, Modular Kitchen
|Clear glass||Tinted glass|
|Reflective glass||Low E glass with max emissivity k = 0.08|Glass Size:
|4 mm||5 mm||6 mm||8 mm|
|10 mm||12 mm||15 mm||19 mm|
|Minimum||300mm x 300mm|
|Maximum||2440mm x 3600mm|
- Customized design solution as per customer’s hardware requirement.