Colored Tempered Glass Definition
Toughened glass is processed by cutting annealed glass into customized sizes, heating the glass to a softening point of 680~700 degrees, and then rapidly quenching. After tempered, the glass is 4~5 times stronger than annealed glass.
Diamond Blue, Ford Blue, Ocean Blue
Gold Bronze, Euro Bronze
F Green, Natural Green
Crystal Grey, Light Grey, Euro Grey, Dark Grey
Pink, Silver, Black
Size Range & Thickness
300mm*300mm~3300mm*6000mm (130 inch*236 inch)
3mm, 4mm, 5mm, 6mm, 8mm, 10mm, 12mm
Colored Tempered Glass Standard & Certificate
ASTM C1048 standard, SGCC certificate
EN12150 standard, CE certificate
Australia & New Zealand
AS/NZS2208-1996 standard, AS/NZS 2208 certificate
Features & Benefits
when tempered glass is broken, it will break into granularities to prevent series of injuries.
tempered glass is about 4~5 times stronger than annealed glass. It can withstand heavy impacts.
tempered glass can withstand 280℃ temperature variation.
edge process, holes, cutouts, notches, CNC engrave, anti-reflective, etc.
tempered/toughened, heat-strengthened, laminated, digital printing, silkscreen, back painted, double glazing, etc.
achieve different views and appearances by different colors of toughened glass.
Windows and doors
Furniture, showcase, glass shelves
Fish tank, glass aquarium
Framed balustrades, railings
The glass tabletop, screens, partitions
Combined with laminated glass, double glazing