Tempered Safety Glass
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ROHS Framed Tempered Safety Glass
|Function||Framed Glass ,Hotel,Office||Colors||Transparent White Clear Customized|
|Sample||Avaliable||Technique||Coating,Tempered Safety Glass|
|Design||Cliets Drawing Paper Or Our Factory Technical Department Design By Clients Request||Package||Wooden Box|
Heat Resistance Tempered Framed glass,
ROHS Framed Tempered Safety Glass,
Heat Resistance Tempered Safety Glass
Tempered glass is a technology that is designed to fail safely. Consumer products that use tempered glass should rupture into small, fragmented pieces, and not into larger shards if shattered. There are safety standards in place for some consumer products that use tempered glass.
There is a mandatory federal safety standard for glass in shower and bathtub enclosures, doors, storm doors and glass sliding doors,also fish tank glass.The tempered glass be used when glass is the horizontal surface of desks and tables. It is intended to minimize the likelihood of serious cutting and piercing injuries and fatalities that may occur due to the breakage of glass used as a horizontal surface in desks, and dining, coffee, end, display, mobile, outdoor and other types of tables.
Tempered glass and heat-strengthened glass are types of toughened glass. The main difference between these two is the length of time they are cooled. With an accelerated cooling process, tempered glass has higher surface compression than heat-strengthened glass. It is also at least four times stronger than untreated, conventional glass.
Tempered glass offers additional protection for building occupants, especially during instances when there is high risk of broken glass, such as explosion, fire, hurricane, and tornado. As it is stronger than its counterparts, tempered glass is a great option if you need a product that can effectively resist thermal stress and/or wind pressure.
Apart from strength, tempered glass offers the following benefits:
According to the Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety, Independence, Missouri is at risk of hail, tornado, and wildfire. All of these conditions may cause glass on your windows and doors to break, which may result in glass injuries.
Unlike traditional glass that breaks into sharp pieces, tempered glass breaks into tiny, round pieces. This reduces the risk of injuring anyone when an accident or extreme weather condition occurs.
This type of glass can help protect your home and family against wildfire, as it can withstand exposure to wind-blown embers and flames. You have to make sure, however, that the windows and doors are closed before evacuating your home during a wildfire.
Broken tempered glass pieces can be cleaned up by just sweeping them up with a broom. Furthermore, you can vacuum small glass pieces to make sure you didn’t leave anything behind.
|Technique||Tempered safety glass|
|Design||Clients drawing paper or our factory technical department will design by clients request|