Glass tempering

Glass tempering is a process of the heat treatment, that provides greaer resistance to breakage for the glass (up to 5-6 times) and greater tolerance for temperature differences. If the glass breaks, it shatters into many small particles that do not have sharp edges and are not dangerous to surroundings. Tempering of glasses with lowe and multifunctional coatings is also available.

Maximum dimension, mm 2400x4800
Minimum dimension, mm 200x200
ESG thickness, mm 4/5/6/8/10/12/15/19
TVG thickness, mm 4/5/6/8/10
Maximum weight, kg 220