The glass obtained by floating molten glass paste on the liquid tin until it is sufficiently hardened and without adding any dyestuff is called a flat (colorless) glass.
Flat glass can be used as safety and security glass, temperature-controlled glass, sun-controlled glass, noise controlling glass, heat and sun controlling glass and decorative glass by Application of secondary processes such as edge processing, bending, tempering, partial tempering, lamination, coating, double glazing.
Thanks to the features added to the flat glass by secondary operations, area of utilization in many industries such as construction, decoration, automotive, white goods, agriculture, energy are provided.
Tempering is the heat treatment of the glass. Tempering is done by heating the glass at 650 – 700°C in a furnace for a sufficient period of time and followed by sudden cooling by compressed air. The surface hardens with reduced temperature. Firstly, the outer surface, then the inner part of the glass cools down, so that on surfaces compressive stress accumulates, while the center has tensile stress. Tempered glasses are approximately 5 times more durable than regular glass. Heat resistance is more than normal glass. It is a Safety Glass class product that does not cause injury to the users due to the small size of the fragments when it’s broken.
Processes such as cutting, edge processing and drilling cannot be performed on tempered glasses. Tempering process does not change the volume, color and chemical structure of the glass.
While the tempered glass can withstand a sudden temperature change of 200 °C (thermal shock), the non-tempered glass can be broken when subjected to thermal shock of about 40 °C.
Tempered glass is used where the glass is expected hardly to break but when its broken should not harm the users. Such as; facade windows, white goods glasses (oven - refrigerator etc.), automotive industry (vehicle side and rear windows), shower and bathtub glass, furniture glass (coffee table - table - cupboard, etc.), railing, handrail, balcony closing systems glass, lighting fixture glass, etc.
Laminated Glass is produced by bonding two or more glass plates together with the help of heat and pressure after laying PVB sheets or other interlayers between the glass plates.
Laminated glass holds the shattered parts in case of breakage and reduces the risk of injury. Therefore, laminated glass is a safety and security glass. Minimizes the risk of injury to accidents caused by people crashing on glass. Provides security against impacts from outside. It prevents or delays forced entries or Vandal attempts. It contributes to sound insulation. It blocks 97-99% of ultraviolet rays(UV), which are the cause of fading in the colors of furniture and fabrics.
Laminated glass production can be made as clear laminated, colored laminated, bent laminated and acoustic laminated.
All plates are clear float or low iron float glass in clear laminated production.
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