Toughened or tempered glass is produced when float glass panels are heated and then cooled rapidly in a controlled environment. This process makes the glass several times stronger than regular glass. It also makes it safer because when broken it yields small pebble-like fragments. Our range of toughened glass glass is known for high strength and superior safety. Due to such properties toughened glass glass is widely used in building construction and most popular among architects. The salient features of our range includes: 1. 4-5 times stronger than annealed (raw) glass of same thickness 2. Can resist thermal stresses as edge strength is higher 3. Breaks into small blunt pieces providing safety (full tempered glass is a safety glass)
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