safety glass


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safety glass

A type of laminated glass that meets specific requirements concerning the force necessary to break it and is designed to break without shattering. Its use in automobiles reduces the risk of injury from broken glass.
See also: glass
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Currently Mulia Glass produces float glass at 612,500 tons/ year, and glass container 140,000 tons per year, glass block 45,000 tons per year and safety glass 120,000 sets.
Pre qualification: 09 types of protective and safety glass Eligibility Criteria : 09 TYPES OF PROTECTIVE AND SAFETY GLASS EMD value : INR 322827 Document Purchase Start date : 19 Jul 2019 Document Purchase End date : 10 Aug 2019 Opening date : 10 Aug 2019
Another possibility is that the sliding glass door was not safety glass when the home was built.
The military vehicle for which which Tyneside Safety Glass is supplying parts
The CE Mark and label certification, in accordance with EN 14449-2, validates the company's strategic direction and its commitment to the production of building-laminated and safety glass to the highest manufacturing standards.
Also, the Double-Safe PTFE-coated safety glass thermometer is suited for schools and cleanrooms because users need not worry about glass hazards or contamination if it breaks.
The school said the accident was under investigation and the glass would be replaced with safety glass.
Chairman of the Association of Producers of Sheet and Safety Glass (AKLP) Margono Joyosumarto said four glass producers in the country have been facing marketing problem with competition from imported products mainly from China sold at cheap prices on the domestic market.
Rick Hindman, manager of Center Target Sports in Post Falls, Idaho, said women particularly appreciate this type of earmuff with a Velcro-secured safety glass system.
The St Helens company was one of four firms hit with a total of pounds 347m in fines from the European Commission for holding secret meetings to arrange "artificially-inflated" prices for flat glass used in double glazing and safety glass.
Workers at a hospital for the mentally ill say they are at risk of attacks by patients because the new reception area has no safety glass.