Tempered Glass & Heats Trengthening Glass
The building is usually used in physical tempered glass, Because glass was formed by quenching stress，The strength of the internal stress energy ensures the particle size and the special edge shape of the particles, at the same time, anti-impact properties of toughened glass due to compression stress bound is improved by 4~5 times.
It can be confirmed that the improvement of the strength of the tempered strength can reduce the thickness of the glass and reduce the damage to the people and property.
Toughened glass broken particles may still be teeth into a larger block, and the impact force is sufficient to cause fatal damage when falling on a high-rise. So tempered glass self-explode still can become the objective existence of to endanger the safety of life and property cannot be avoided.
In the process of tempering, the deformation of the glass and the deformation of the glass caused by the gravity force and the deformation of the glass caused by the deformation of the glass during the quenching process lead to the variation of the glass flatness. This negative effect needs to be controlled and should be treated objectively
Suggest to use of laminated glass structure or heat soaking treatment tempered glass, effectively reduce the risk of subsequent self-explode.
Semi-tempered glass is a kind of strengthened glass, which is controlled by the process adjustment to control the surface stress of the glass during the quenching process of 24-69MPa.
Semi-tempered glass can get a higher degree of smoothness, the impact of fragmentation has a special direction of crack.
Single used semi - tempered glass suggested to take the lower limit of the value of production, laminated glass used semi-tempered glass suggested to take the upper limit of the value of production.
1. Safety – it will split into small particles obtuse not easily hurt when broken
2. Strength- tempered glass strength is 4~5 times of ordinary glass
3. thermal stability - can withstand temperature difference of 200 degrees Celsius