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Tempered glass, a number of specifications
Glass printed with ceramic ink
Compared with conventional glass with the same configuration, the tempered glass has increased resistance to a temperature difference of up to 200 ° C. When answering the question beyond the resistance, the tempered glass is destroyed by fragmentation into small particles and does not pose a serious danger of injury. The tempered glass counteracts impacts five times more than conventional glass, and records an average burst pressure of 120 N / mm. Because of their anti-noise properties, spaces are protected from noise, and resistance to mechanical stress, wear, corrosion and weathering is high. The advantages of tempered glass provide considerable freedom in design, design and performance, so reliable glass elements can work perfectly in different applications.