3mm-19mm Flat Bent TEMPERED GLASS PRICE

3mm-19mm Flat Bent TEMPERED GLASS PRICE

Tempered glass is also called toughened glass. it will not break into shards, but small pieces or fragments when it breaks. These fragments won’t hurt people easily. Glass substrate: quality float glass Thickness: 3mm-19mm Colors: clear, bronze, grey, blue, green, etc Size: customized Shape:...
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                3mm-19mm FLAT TEMPERED GLASS PRICE    

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Tempered glass is a type of glass with even compressive stress on the surface which is made by heating float glass to nearly softening point (600-650°),Then cooling it down rapidly in glass surface. During the instant cooling process, the exterior of glass is solidified ,while the interior of the glass is cooled down relatively slowly. The process will bring the glass surface compressive stress and the interior tensile stress which can improve the mechanical strength of glass by germination and result in good thermal stability.

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Tempered glass is a type of glass with even compressive stress on the surface which is made by heating float glass to nearly softening point and then cooling it down rapidly by air. During the instant cooling process, the exterior of glass is solidified due to rapid cooling while the interior of the glass is cooled down relatively slowly. The process will bring the glass surface compressive stress and the interior tensile stress which can improve the mechanical strength of glass by germination and result in good thermal stability. 

Tempered glass is known as safety glass. We has been specially manufactured for superior strength, it is about four to six times as strong as regular glass. What's more, in the event that the glass does become damaged, rather than breaking into dangerous, sharp shards it will shatter into small, square-shaped pieces. Most often, it is damage to the edge of a pane of tempered glass that will cause breakage, but a strong impact in the middle of the glass can also cause it to shatter. Surprisingly, if it is severely damaged, the glass doesn't always shatter immediately, and instead a seemingly small event afterwards will cause it to literally go to pieces. 


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