Tempered Glass

TPRS tempered glass is made on state-of-the-art, electrically heated in a horizontal furnace, which heat the glass to a uniform temperature. Ceramic rolls convey the glass through the furnace at speeds regulated to ensure temperature uniformity and minimal optical distortions. When the glass exits from the furnace, it is rapidly cooled by a series of air nozzles. This rapid cooling puts the glass surface into a state of compression, with the center core in tension. In the final stress distribution, the sum of the forces in compression equals the forces in tension. When broken at point the entire piece breaks into small pieces that have relatively dull edges as compared to those of broken pieces of annealed glass.


4 – 6 times stronger than annealed (Raw) glass of same thickness. Tempered glass is used primarily for strength and safety glass. Cutting, Drilling cannot be done after tempering. Bending Strength is 120-200 N/mm2. Thermal stress is 240’C. Breakage pattern is Small dull edges.

Tempered glass

Flat Tempered Glass
Maximum Size 3660 mm X 2400mm
Minimum Size 300mm X 300mm
Thickness range 3.2mm to 19mm
Colors Clear, Tinted, Reflective & Low-E
Bend Tempered Glass
Thickness Range 3.2 mm to 12mm.
Minimum size for cemetery curved glass 300mm x 400mm
Maximum size for cemetery curved glass 2400 x 2400mm.


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