When float or pressed glass is subjected to tempering heat treatment, its resistance to mechanical and thermal stress is increased.
All tooling (notches, holes, etc. must be carried out before the glass is tempered; Any tooling performed after tempering will break the glass.
In the event of breakage, the glass will break into small non-cutting pieces, this eliminating the risk of injury.
Minimum manufacturing dimensions, 900 x 300 mm., or a diagonal of 900 mm.
Maximum manufacturing dimensions, 6,000 x 3,210 mm. For larger dimensions, please consult us.
In a thickness of 10 mm it can be applied in doors and installations, in which the volumes of glass are connected with small metal parts, without any other profile or securing element.
There are standardised tempered doors which are supplied with their corresponding metal parts, and two 14 mm diameter holes for coupling up the handle. Supplied in colourless, grey and bronze, and in the following dimensions: