Tempered Glass
Heat-Strengthened Glass is produced in a way similar to that of tempered glass except for its lower surface compression. The heat-strengthened glass is intermediate in strength between annealed and tempered glass. Upon breakage, the glass breaks into pieces that are smaller than those from annealed glass but not to the extent of ‘dicing’ up into small fragments in tempered glass.

About 2 times stronger than annealed glass.

Less optically distorted than tempered glass as it is subjected to lower surface compression due to its lower cooling pressure.

Less Risk of Spontaneous Breakage
Less susceptible to breakages due to lower occurrence of nickel sulphide.

Common Uses
  • Building facades
  • Windows
  • Spandrel glass
  • Interior or exterior glass of insulating glass units
Products Specification
  • Glass Thickness: 4 - 8 mm
  • Maximum Size: 2400 X 5000 mm
  • Minimum Size: 300 X 300 mm
Quality Standard
Tested by PSB Corporation to be in accordance to SS341:2001.
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