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What is heat strengthened glass

Heat strengthened glass is a semi tempered glass which retains the normal properties of ordinary float glass. Heat Strengthened glass has been strengthened thermally by inducing a surface compression of 6000 to 9000 psi as compared to a range of 11000 to 20000 psi in case of fully tempered glass

(This is how heat strengthened glass breakages looks like.)


Available in 5mm, 6mm, 8mm, 10mm

  1. Clear
  2. Low Iron
  3. Low-e
  4. Reflective
  5. Tinted
  1. Base on the glass thickness
  2. Minimun size:300mm*300mm
  3. Maximun size:3000mm*5000mm
  1. For Australia:AS/NZS 2208
  2. For Euro:EN 12150-2:2004
  3. For America:ANSI Z97.1:2009, ASTM C1279& ASTM C1048
  4. For Hong Kong and UK:BS 6206:1981
  1. Windows
  2. Curtain Walls
  3. Shop Fronts
  4. Balustrades
  5. Laminated solariums
  6. High wind load areas
  7. Laminated skylights
  1. Approximately twice the mechanical and thermal strength of annealed glass of equal thickness..

  2. Greater resistance to thermal loads than annealed glass.

  3. Heat-strengthened glass is not a safety glass product.

  4. Heat strengthened glass does not have the risk of self-explosion.

In the cooperation of FSG, it has received a lot of support in glass engineering. So as to make our project progress faster to carry out and complete.

Jennchong Cheung, AP Mal.