Flat toughened glass
Flat toughened glass

Flat toughened glass

Flat toughened glass is made by the heating annealed glass to a temperature of around 620°C and then rapidly cooling it using a process called quenching. This creates a state of high compression on the the glass surface while the interior of the glass remains in tension, which makes it more durable and resistant to breaking.

 

The flat toughened glass is a durable, versatile, and safe glass option that is widely used in various applications. With high strength, safety, and customization, as well as much stronger and more resistant to breakage than regular glass, the flat toughened glass is commonly used in a variety of applications, including windows, doors, and glass panels for buildings, as well as in the automotive and electronics industries.

 

Strength: Flat toughened glass is much stronger than regular glass, with a strength of up to five times greater. This makes it more resistant to impact, thermal stress and bending.

Safety: Flat toughened glass is considered safety glass because of its ability to break into small, rounded pieces instead of sharp shards when it is shattered. This makes it less likely to cause injury if it is broken.

Customization: Flat toughened glass can be customized to meet specific design requirements by adding different tints, coatings, and patterns to the glass surface.

Applications: Flat toughened glass is used in a wide range of applications, including building facades, sliding tempered glass windows, exterior tempered glass doors, tempered glass partition showers, tempered laminated glass balustrades, tempered glass panel railing, etc.

 

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