Features of Tempered Glass
Tempered glass strengthens itself when heated at high temperatures without the risk of breakage and deformation. After this process, the durability and flexibility of the glass increases, which allows the glass to offer a longer life. Tempered glass is safer because it breaks into small pieces if it cracks. Tempered glass is much more permanent and durable thanks to the removal of stresses caused by high temperatures.
Advantages of Tempered Glass
Tempered glass is safer because it is more durable and flexible than regular glass. Tempered glass offers a longer life as it is strengthened by heating at high temperatures without the risk of breakage and deformation. Tempered glass is safer because it breaks into small pieces if it cracks. Thanks to its durability and flexibility, tempered glass can be used in different applications.
Application Areas of Tempered Glass
Tempered glass can be used in all glass applications used at high temperatures. The use of tempered glass, especially in glass balconies, glass partitions and glass walls, is very important in terms of security. Tempered glass can also be used in applications such as glass ceilings, glass doors and glass windows. Tempered glass is also preferred as the glass of products such as cleaning materials, dishwashers, refrigerators.