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Flat Tempered Glass



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What is it?
Tempered Glass is a toughened safety glass. It has undergone a special heat treatment to increase its strength and resistance to impact. In fact it is approximately five times more resistant than normal glass. As an example a piece of 8mm toughened glass will be able to withstand a steel ball weighing 500gr dropped from a height of 2 meters.


Advantages:
Five times more resistant to breakage than normal glass
If the glass does break, there is far less risk of injury from broken pieces
More opportunity for large areas of glazing without substituting your safety, including frameless designs such as doors, showers screens, table tops and so on.

Application´╝Ü
Ideal for use in interiors, acid etched glass can be sited in a wide variety of applications:
All doors (sliding-glass, French, and patio)
Side windows within 24 in. of an opening or door
Stair landing windows within 4 ft. of the floor
Bathroom windows, within 5 ft. of the floor
All windows within 18 in. of the floor
All tub and shower enclosures

Production Range:
Maximum size: 3300*16000mm (EXTRA LARGE tempered glass in the world)
Minimum size: 150*150mm
Thickness: 3~19mm

Quality
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In accordance with EN12150 Standard for European marketings
In accordance with BS6206 British Standard
In accordance with ASTM1408 American Standard
In accordance with AS/NZS 208 Standard for Australia and New Zealand country
In accordance with GB 9963-1998 Tempered Glass Standard
In accordance with GB 17981-1999 Chinese Standard Tempered and Heat-Strengthened Glass Used in Curtain Walls
Pass Chinese Safety Glass Compulsory Certification (CCC)






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