Toughened (Safety Glass)

 

Toughened (Safety Glass)

Toughened glass is produced by applying a special treatment to float glass after it has been cut to size and finished.

The glass is heated to approx 620°c so that it begins to soften and then rapidly cooled.

This produces a glass which, if broken, breaks into small pieces without sharp edges. Toughening produces a slight ripple effect to the glass which becomes less apparent with increased glass thickness.

Read our BLOG POST: How effective is toughened glass? from November 2012

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Toughened (Safety Glass)


Toughened glass is produced by applying a special treatment to float glass after it has been cut to size and finished.
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As standard we supply Low-e glass

 (Ug = 1.2W/m2 K, calculated in accordance with EN 763) in order to comply with current building regulations regarding safety and heat loss.

There are a number of ways we can further lower these U Values including warm edged spacer bars 

 

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