Tempered Glass is a kind of prestressed glass. Through physical or chemical methods, uniform compressive stress is formed on the surface of the glass and tensile stress is formed inside. It is the presence of such steel stress that can effectively organize the microcrack propagation on the glass surface, so that the tempered glass has high mechanical strength good thermal stability and safety performance.
Phoenix tempered glass is made by heating annealed glass in a furnace to 650 degrees centigrade. Progressing from the furnace, the glass is rapidly cooled with jets of cold air, inducing compressive stresses to the surface while the center remains tensile. It is 5 times stronger than annealed glass of the same thickness. Stronger resistance to thermal breakage than annealed or heat strengthened glass. If breakage occurs, the impact applied to the glass will be overcome by the compressive stress on the surfaces. It will break up into small, cubical fragments with dulled edges, which reduces threatening to humans.
Phoenix can produce the flat or curved tempered glass. The size can be customized and the different tempered logos can be printed on the glass according to customers' requirements. All work done on glass (beveling, cutting, drilling, bending, etc) must be done before tempering. Ideal for areas with high wind loads and occasions with frequent human contacts. Phoenix tempered glass is the perfect option for architects who must meet building codes and safety requirements and for most situations where human contacts are an important consideration.
SPECIFICATIONS of Toughened/Tempered glass
Clear float toughened glass,
reflective toughened glass,
tinted toughened glass,
low-E toughened glass,
toughened pattern glass,
silk screen printed toughened glass, etc.
COLOR OF TOUGHENED GLASS:
Clear, Ultra Clear, Bronze, Golden, Grey, Green, Blue and Pink etc.
AS/NZS 2208:1996; EN 12150-2:2004 etc.
Building glass: curtain walls, windows & doors, balustrades, pooling fences, etc.
Interior glass: furniture, shop display, showcase, bathroom shelves, stair and floor, etc.
Household articles: table-top, chopping board, kitchen splashback, home appliance panel and coaster etc.
PHOENIX Laminated Glass is a kind of safety glass produced with a film or multilayer films that are bonded together between ordinary glass sheets and then pressed together. It is made by good quality adhesive interlayer and advanced bond technology. This makes the complete adhesion of the vinyl and the glass in the event of breakage the glass fragments remain bonded to the plastic interlayer. Laminated glass contains annealed laminated glass and tempered laminated glass. Different colors and thicknesses of the monolithic glass and the PVB interlayer film will give different performance of the laminated glass.
PHOENIX Bending Glass, also called curved glass, is processed into a softening point by a specific mold and equipment and is rapidly and uniformly cooled by cold air. The tempered glass forms a uniform compressive stress on the surface and the internal tensile stress is formed, which effectively improves the glass. The glass has four times the bending and impact resistance of the glass. When it is broken, it splits into small particles that are uniform and have no splitting mouth and are not easy to injure.
PHOENIX Insulated Glass, also known as double glazing glass, has excellent performance on reduction of heat gain or loss, which made of two or more pieces of Low-E Glass, or clear/tinted/reflective glass with effective support and evenly spaced and sealed at the periphery to form a dry gas space between the glass interlayers. The space between the glasses is field with air or argon and sealed with sealants and aluminum spacers to meet the requirements for saving energy and environmental protection. The glass layer is supposed to be tempered or laminated to ensure safety.