Tempered glass is a type of safety glass produced using heat treatment technology to create much higher strength and safety than regular float glass of the same type and thickness. To achieve such superiority, the pressure on the glass surface is pressed, causing the microscopic bond circuits to combine together to form a stronger bond, helping the glass to withstand vibrations and wind. and strong impact.
When tempered glass breaks, it creates small, even fragments, helping to minimize the possibility of causing damage to humans. In addition, tempered glass also has the ability to escape in buildings when a fire occurs (tempered glass has high heat resistance and does not deform in temperatures up to 295°C).