Features of tempered glass.
Tempered is one of two kinds of safety glass regularly used in applications in which standard glass could pose a potential danger. Tempered glass is four to five times stronger than standard glass and does not break into sharp shards when it fails. Tempered glass is manufactured through a process of extreme heating and rapid cooling, making it harder than normal glass. The brittle nature of tempered glass causes it to shatter into small oval-shaped pebbles when broken. This eliminates the danger of sharp edges. Due to this property, along with its strength, tempered glass is often referred to as safety glass.
Dimensions of tempered glass. Thickness: 1.8mm-22mm. Maximum dimensions: 96"x144" (2,440mmx3,660mm).
Regular size: 1220x1830mm,1220x2440mm,2250x3210mm,2134x3050mm,2134x3300mm, etc. Size tolerance: +/- 0.2mm.
Application range of tempered glass. Widely used for any windows, doors and curtain wall framing systems, glass table tops and shelves, interior decorations and furniture, places exposed to thermal impact. 1, Places where safety glass is required by laws and regulations. 2, Windows or other areas in a building. 3, Glass balustrade and escalator side panels. 4, Windows of motor vehicles, boats and ships. 5, Glass table tops and shelves, interior decorations and furniture, places exposed to thermal impact.