Tempered Glass


Tempered glass is a type of heat strengthened glass. The impact applied to the glass will be overcome by compressional stress caused by its’ process on the surfaces.


  • 5 Times harder than ordinary float glass
  • A type of safety glass: Once breakage occurs, the glass disintegrates into small cubical fragments, which are relatively harmless to human body
  • It withstands abrupt temperature change to 220C.
  • Sizes are produced per customer request, once tempered, cannot be cut down
  • The appearance, thickness deviation and transmittance are almost identical with ordinary annealed glass
  • The degree of curvature is 0.03%, which is only the 1/10 permitted value of international standard


  • External use in general construction and buildings
  • Glass doors and tables
  • Various types of plates and cookware