Toughened glass is a safety glass with increased strength both physically and thermally. Glass that has been toughened is 4 to 5 times stronger than non-toughened float or annealed glass.
Toughened glass is produced by heating it in specialist toughening ovens before it is cooled in a control environment. It can withstand greater temperatures, impact and stress than untreated float glass.
All of our standard toughened glass is stamped EN 12150-1C2 and our toughened glass units EN1279. We can toughen glass from 4mm up to 19mm thickness and have the capability to produce toughened glass up to 3,2000mm x 6,000mm.
Toughened glass is used in a variety of installations such as doors, lower level windows glass, stairs or balcony balustrading, table tops or anywhere there is a risk of serious injury. Our state-of-the-art processing plants ensures all of our products are produced with maximum strength.
Please feel free to ask us about using toughened glass in your home
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