Heat-strengthened glass differs from tempered glass in its surface compression; its mechanical strength is about 1.6-2 times that of annealed glass. Heat-strengthened glass has outstanding thermal stability, and its flatness is close to that of annealed glass and better than that of tempered glass.
Safety: when broken, tempered glass becomes small granules, which prevent substantial hurt to human body.
High strength: the strength of tempered glass is 4 to 5 times that of annealed glass.
Thermal stability: tempered glass has excellent thermal stability, which can withstand up to 300℃ thermal shock.
Tempered glass is a safety glass and is widely used in places where mechanical strength and safety are high, such as: glass doors, building curtain walls, facade windows, indoor partitions, furniture, near heat sources and hot and cold shocks Cut off and so on.
Maximum dimension: 2440×6000
Minimum dimension: 200×300
Tempered glass: 4-22
Heat-strengthened glass: 4-12
Conforming to ASTM1048,the American standard.
Conforming to BS6206,the British standard.
Conforming to GB15763.2,the Chinese standard.
Conforming to GB17841,the Chinese standard.