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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These included safety and security glazing and the increased use of laminated glass in the Mena region, the effects of acoustic pollution, new developments in silicone sealant glazing design and anisotropy of heat-treated glass, and the benefits offered by retrofit films.
Other topics covered during the event included safety and security glazing in the region, the increased use of laminated glass in the MENA region, the effects of acoustic pollution, new developments in silicone sealant glazing design and on anisotropy of heat-treated glass, and the benefit to energy sustainability presented by retrofit films.
These included the safety and security glazing in the region, the increased use of laminated glass in the Mena region, the effects of acoustic pollution, new developments in silicone sealant glazing design and on anisotropy of heat-treated glass, and the benefit to energy sustainability presented by retrofit films.
The third-generation family owned business serves clients in North America and elsewhere, and the company manufactures insulated and heat-treated glass for the architectural and construction industries.