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Tempered glass (Reinforced glass) belongs to safety glass. It is actually a kind of pre-stressed glass. In order to improve the strength of glass, chemical or physical methods are usually used to form compressive stress on the glass surface. When the glass is subjected to external force, the surface stress is first offset, thereby improving the bearing capacity and enhancing the resistance of the glass itself--Wind pressure, cold and heat, shock, etc.
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Doors and windows
Shower Glass; Shower Glass Door
Balustrade Glass; Balcony Glass
Sliding Glass; Table Glass; Automobiles;
Curtain walls; Furniture, etc.
Tempered Glass Door with Holes & Cutouts Tempered Balcony Glass
When the glass is damaged by external force, the fragments will become small particles with obtuse angles similar to honeycombs, which are not easy to cause serious harm to the human body.
The increased load-bearing capacity improves the fragile nature. Even if the toughened glass is damaged, it will be small fragments without sharp angles, which greatly reduces the damage to the human body. The quenching and heating resistance of toughened glass is 3 to 5 times higher than that of ordinary glass, and it can generally withstand temperature changes of more than 250 degrees, which has a significant effect on preventing thermal cracking. It is a kind of safety glass. To guarantee the safety of qualified materials for high-rise buildings.
The impact strength of tempered glass of the same thickness is 3 to 5 times that of ordinary glass, and the bending strength is 3 to 5 times that of ordinary glass
6. Thermal stability
Tempered glass has good thermal stability, can withstand a temperature difference of 3 times that of ordinary glass, and can withstand a temperature difference of 300°C.