tempered glass


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tempered glass

Glass that has been heat-treated to increase the force required to break it.
See also: glass
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Free Protection Gear : flip cover, protective case and tempered glass
Tempered glass is just normal glass that has been compressed under extreme pressure and temperature and then rapidly cooled.
Ikea said it uses special tempered glass that is designed to shatter to minimise risk of injury.
Concept Slate is a futuristic take on the super-tower PC, designed for maximum system support and with smoked tempered glass playing a major role in the design.
8220;We're extremely honored to be able to showcase our premium tempered glass screen protectors by iGear in order to build product and brand awareness of our Sapphire Collection.
Figure 1 (left) shows a photoelastic fringe pattern in a light-field circular polariscope near the edge of a tempered glass panel of 6 mm thickness.
The tempered glass panel that was sandwiched between the outer door layers shattered into a thousand pieces.
Maximum visibility is attained using a frameless, flush glazed tempered glass panel.
Nanopool Middle East won the contract to supply its revolutionary liquid glass product with Bahrain-based Abdulla Khamees Mirror and Tempered Glass Factory.
I can see that this product will improve our business both in household glass products and commercial buildings,' said Abdulla Khamees Mirrors and Tempered Glass Factory general manager Anand Velamore.
These Marinex square bowls are made of tempered glass and go from the microwave, freezer or refrigerator to the table," said Vivian Khan, director of retail sales.
Its butt-end has a solid point for breaking tempered glass and an integrated seat-belt cutter, both made of 154CM stainless steel.