Tempered Glass

Tempered glass; It is obtained by passing the high temperature (approximately 700°C) and rapid cooling stages of glass in special furnaces. While the tempered glass is passed through these stages, compressive stress is gained on its outer surface and tensile stress on its inner surface. It becomes approximately 5 times more resistant to breakage and heat compared to untreated flat glass. When it is broken, it breaks down into small particles the size of a membrane, thus eliminating the risk of injury to a large extent. They are used as safety glass. It is generally used in showcases, balcony railings, glass doors, glass partitions, staircases, shower cabins, refrigerator glass shelves, oven glasses.

We have the possibility of continuous supply in different thicknesses and sizes, starting from 6 mm thickness.