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Tempered Glass

Tempered glass is glass that has been treated to improve its mechanical properties. Tempered glass is five times stronger than ordinary glass of the same thickness. It is part of the safety glasses. Thermal tempering is obtained by passing the glass through a furnace at around 600°C followed by sudden and rapid cooling. When thermally tempered glass breaks, it bursts into many small pieces, with no sharp edges. Tempered glass retains the luminous and energetic properties of the basic products. Once soaked, they can no longer be cut or shaped. However, they can be assembled into insulating glass, layered, and assembled into laminated glass.

Application :


The fields of application of tempered glass are vast. Its performance often makes it essential, even obligatory for many uses, it is also used in many sectors, such as :

  • cars, side windows, rear windows, sunroofs...
  • Household appliances, It is used for oven doors and hotplates.tes.

  • Interior glass, this market covers various applications such as furniture, fittings, sanitaryware, shop windows, partitions, tableware, laboratory furniture, clean rooms, stairs...

  • Industrial equipment includes machinery, solar collectors, elevators, automatic doors.
  • Mobile equipment (excluding automobiles) includes railways, navies, para-motor vehicles (agricultural equipment, forklifts, elevators, carts, etc.)
  • Street furniture includes bus shelters, billboards, telephone booths...
  • Facades include curtain walls, doors, windows, railings...

Tempered glass is available as a base from 3mm to 19mm thick with different glass shades, on request we can provide you with custom thicknesses and dimensions to meet your specific needs.

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Finishes and specificity:

We offer a wide choice of finishes to meet your needs and to be done,
all our glazings can be customized according to your choice and your specific requests.

 - Screen printing:
Screen-printed glass is glass in which one side is covered with unalterable decorative motifs.
These are made by depositing enamel on the glass by means of a screen printing process. The enamel is then vitrified during a heat treatment at more than 600 °C, which gives the finished product a high chemical and mechanical stability.
You can print an image, a drawing, a lettering, or your logo.

 - Frosted:
Unlike transparent glass, frosted glass is translucent and therefore allows light to pass through but prevents a clear view of what is happening on the other side. Frosted glass has a satin surface.
It gently filters light, blurs contours and suggests silhouettes in a variety of interior and exterior applications. A permanent source of inspiration for designers, matt glass is totally in line with the current trend of minimalism, simplicity and refined shapes. frosted glass offers a perfect balance between intimacy and luminosity.

 - Sandblasting:
Sandblasted glass has a satin finish, particularly elegant and aesthetic. By exploiting all the possibilities offered by sandblasting, it is possible to obtain glasses in total or partial sandblasting, for subtle and sometimes surprising texture and light effects. Custom sandblasted glass will meet all needs, including the most specific or original ones. In all cases, the finished product, whether plain, printed or coloured, is resistant, easy to maintain, and spreads light pleasantly, to preserve privacy or confidentiality.

 - Anti-limestone treatment:
The Anti-limestone treatment is generally a very clear tempered glass, treated with an invisible anti-limestone layer, ideal for the creation of your custom shower enclosure (Italian shower, bathtub screen and small projection protections). It guarantees a preserved transparency day after day, the glass is protected from corrosion, it does not tarnish and keeps its beauty. A glass that is easier to clean because the water slides on the surface of the glass, which limits limescale deposits after drying. Residual traces are easily cleaned.

 - Drilling:
This finishing consists of making holes in the glass. Its purpose is to allow glass to be combined with other elements. With this technology, it is possible, for example, to attach hinges to a glass door or to integrate a lock or any other element that suits your needs.

Edge finishes for glazing:

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