Bending glass

Getting a glass of the desired shape is no magic but science. The simple flat glass is heated to a point when it becomes red hot, then it is given the desired shape, and lastly, it is tempered by cooling to trap the high energy within the glass. The result is the bent tempered glass that has strength much higher as compared with the annealed glass of the similar thickness. If the bent glass breaks, then it splits into countless fragments which are very small and are cube-like in shape.



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Bend glass can be used in any of the following:


  • Barrel Vaults
  • Cabinets & Curios
  • Conservatories
  • Curtain Wall
  • Custom Auto Sidelights
  • Display Cases
  • Domes
  • Lighting
  • Partitions
  • Photo Gallery
  • Railing Panels
  • Revolving Doors
  • Shower Enclosures
  • Store Fronts
  • Stretch Cars
  • Windows
Thermal Shock Resistance Up to 130°C
Bending Strength 40 N/mm2
Design Stress for Architectural Purpose 17 Mpa
Fragmentation Knife Edges
Mechanical Strength Two times stronger than annealed glass
Tensile Strength 40-55 Mpa
  • Higher mechanical strength
  • Higher thermal stability
  • Higher thermal resistant
  • These glasses can withstand higher temperatures
  • Lesser susceptibility to instant breakage


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