tempered glass

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tempered glass

Glass that has been heat-treated to increase the force required to break it.
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Arnika LLC, which creates an agro-economic cluster, including grain storage systems for corn, a starch factory and a biofactory, as well as Ecostar Factory, Terminator and REV-StroyProm, which build plants for recycling tires and cars, making hardened glass and double glazing, need to address the issue of connecting on an ongoing basis to electrical networks and water supply and sanitation facilities.
Both the back and front of the phone are covered in Corning Gorilla Glass 6, making the OnePlus 6T one of the first to market with the latest in hardened glass.
Coherent's ultrafast UV offering, the HyperRapid NX, which offers over 100W of average power at picosecond durations, is being used in the production of automotive and smartphone displays to focus beneath the surface of hardened glass substrates and scribe them without causing damage to the surface.
It has an IP-65-sealed enclosure and comes with a hardened glass multi-touch display to reduce repairs and downtime.
Hardened glass panels is a staple when it comes to modern smartphones.
Designed with beautiful, premium materials including lightweight magnesium and hardened glass, the Latitude 11 is an eye- catching productivity tool guaranteed to please any business professional's taste.
It can survive being submerged in water and features a hardened glass surface for scratch resistance.
The structure is made from two layers of hardened glass with a total thickness of 24 millimetres (0.9 inches), according to state media.
The hardened glass creates glistening transparent sheaths over sharp projectiles and fills negative spaces between and around objects with deceptively pillowy buffers.
The Xperia Z3 Compact, meanwhile, features an aluminium frame and hardened glass rear.
Millions of tubes of hardened glass are then bundled together and combined through one process or another to create a heavy opaque brick.