Tempered glass

Tempered glass is made by heating up to high temperatures and rapid cooling down after. Thanks to that process it is more resistant to shock: 5 to 8 times of durability and 3 to 5 times of flexural strength more than ordinary annealed glass. Even if broken for some extreme reason, the small glass fragments are almost harmless to human body.

This glass type applications are glass curtain walls for buildings, interior and exterior decoration, railings, bus stops, phone booths, windows, etc. 

Tempered glass is available on the glass base as follows: 

  • Clear glass
  • Extra clear glass
  • Tinted glass
  • Energy saving glass
  • Solar control glass
  • Solar patterned glass

Types of available Tempered glass: 

  • Tempered glass
  • Tempered glass with Heat-Soak test (glass thickness 4-19 mm; maximum size 3600 x 16000mm)
  • Tempered Laminated glass
  • Tempered Curved glass
  • Tempered Alarm glass
  • Tempered Energy saving glass
  • Tempered Solar control glass
  • Tempered Cut-out glass
  • Tempered Silk-screen printed glass
  • Tempered Enameled glass
  • Tempered Digital print glass
  • Tempered Solar glass
  • Tempered Insulated Glass Units
  • Etc.


  • Thickness: 4-19 mm
  • Maximum size:  3600 x 16000 mm
  • Different edge work and drills
  • Different shapes