Monday, September 10, 2012

Toughened glass

  • Tempered glass is a safety glass that is used very commonly to serve many purposes. Tempered glass has specific properties that make it ideal for many applications that could be dangerous if tempered glass was not used.
  • Tempered glass is designed to be highly stronger and less likely to break than other glasses. In the event tempered glass does break, it shatters into hundreds of small, blunt fragments to prevent serious damage from harmful sharp and jagged edges.
  • Tempered glass is a heat resistant, making it 4 to 5 times stronger than any other glasses and harder to break. It is often referred to as "safety glass." Tempered glass is used for car windows (side and rear), oven windows, house windows, shower doors, and coffee makers.

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