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Tempered glass(Toughened glass)

Tempered glass is made by heating flat glass to just below its softening temperature and suddenly chilling it with jets of cold air. It results the outer skins under powerful compressive stress and the interior with severe tensile stress. In consequence, the impact applied to the glass will be overcome by the compressional stress on the surfaces to assure safety of use.


Tempered glass is safety glass. It is widely applied in places which have high requirements for mechanical strength and safety such as glass door, curtain wall for building, elevation windows, interior partition, furniture, as well as partitions close to sources of heat and places which are subject to severe thermal shock. 


Thickness:3mm,4mm,5mm,6mm,8mm,10mm,12mm,15mm,19mm etc.

Size:According to the buyer’s requirements.(Max. size:2850mm x 5000mm)

Color:Clear, Ultra clear, Bronze, F-green etc.

Category:Clear tempered glass, Ultra clear tempered glass, Tinted tempered glass, etc


External use of windows, doors, shop fronts in offices, houses, shops etc. Interior glass screens, partitions, balustrades etc. Shop display windows, showcases, display shelves etc. Furniture, table-tops, picture frames etc. Shower glass, Coffee table glass, Door glass etc. 


?No tong marks on the glass as TGI adopts the horizontally tempering process.

?5 times harder than ordinary annealed glass.

?Once breakage occurs, the glass disintegrates into small cubical fragments which are relatively armless to human body.

?It withstands abrupt change of temperature. For example, a piece of 5mm tolerate the temperature variations within the range of 200°C.