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The process of tempered glass is to heat the original glass to the temperature of about 7000C, and then cool it down rapidly to form the surface compressive on the glass. The tempered glass can be divided as fully tempered glass and partially-tempered glass (also called heatstrengthened glass) .
Tempered Glass Features:Tempered glass has roughly three to four times as much resistance to anti-shocking as same thickness of ordinary glass. When the glass breaks caused by external force, the surface of the glass shatters pieces instantly and free of sharp so as to lessen or avoid the injury to human body. Tempered glass can stands the rapid temperature difference(For example:5mm thickness Tempered glass can stands 2000 temperature difference. )
Tempered Glass Specification:Tempered glass : Plane tempered glassMax size: 5000mm*2550 mmMin size:250mm*100 mmThickness: 4-22mm
Partially-Tempered Glass Features: Partially-tempered glass has roughly twice or three times as much resistance to anti-shocking as same thickness ordinary glass. When the glass breaks caused by external force, the cracks extend from the shooting point to the edge and form the radiating shape and most of the broken glass pieces remain in the frame so as to lessen and avoid the injury to human body. The surface quality is better than Tempered glass.
Partially-Tempered Glass Specification: Partially-tempered glass : Plane tempered glassMax size: 5000mm*2550 mmMin size:250mm*100 mmThickness: 4-22mm
Applications: Windows and other partials of buildings. Glass partitions and elevator partitions. Windows of automotion and ships. Glass table and showing case. Interior decoration and glass furniture.
Standard: GB/T 15763.2-2005, 17841-1999