Key Specifications/Special Features:With CE certification
3-5 times of ordinary annealed glassWind pressure resistance:
1.5-3 times of ordinary annealed glassHeat shock resistance:
3 times of ordinary annealed glassSafe:
If it is broken, it usually breaks into relatively small pieces, which are less likely to cause serious injuryOur company:
With over 10 years of experience as a specialized manufacturer and exporter of glasses
Top quality glass with CE certificate and PPG technology, exported to 75 countries and areas worldwide
Full range of flat glass supply, offers one-stop purchase with most competitive prices
Rich experience in value-added glass, such as tempering, cutting, bevel edge as per clients' requests
Strong and fastened sea-worthy wooden cases, managing to reduce the breakage rate as low as possiblePackaging and Loading:
Why Tempered Glass is Safety Glass
Tempered glass is used in applications where standard glass could pose a potential danger, because it is four to five times stronger than standard glass and does not shatter into large shards when broken. Manufactured through a process of extreme heating and rapid cooling, tempered glass is significantly 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. '
The thermal process that cures tempered glass also makes it heat-resistant. Tempered glass can be used in any situation where there is a danger of the glass breaking due to impact or extreme heat.
Here at Dulles Glass and Mirror, we have the capability of tempering glass in many thicknesses and sizes, thanks to our state-of-the-art fabrication facilities and tempering furnace, giving us the flexibility and speed that our customers have come to expect at factory-direct pricing.
Safer Tempered glass has many applications because of its safety characteristics. The safety of tempered glass comes from strength and its unique fracture pattern. When tempered glass breaks, it breaks into small, relatively harmless blunt glass fragments. This is called "dicing, " and reduces the likelihood of injury since there are no dangerous jagged edges or sharp shards.
|Colors||clear, ultra-clear, Euro bronze, golden bronze, blue, ocean blue, dark blue, light blue, green, light green, dark green, Euro gray, dark gray|
|Glass thickness||4mm, 5mm, 5.5mm, 6mm, 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, 19mm, 20mm, 22mm|
|Maximum size of tempered glass||flat tempered glass: 3,600x18,000mm|
bent tempered glass: 3,000x5,000mm, R≥400mm
|Certificates||CE, GB, ASTM, IGCC and more|
|Usage||window glass, door glass, curtain wall glass, fencing glass in buildings, hotels and more|
|Sample lead-time||3-5 days|