Tempered glass is a special product manufactured using a modern technology called horizontal vibration stress method. The glass is heated and then fixed by deforming it at a high temperature (around 650 degrees Celsius) and then quickly cooled with a stream of cold air blown onto the glass surface. This process must be carried out evenly and consistently.
Tempered glass is a type of glass partition that uses tempered glass as the main material along with accompanying hardware. It is commonly used in positions that require safety, high load-bearing capacity, and high heat resistance.