Abe tempered glass is heat-treated (full tempered) strengthened glass, by heating ordinary float glass to the softening point (up to 720° C) and then quenching it by a uniform blast of air evenly onto both surfaces. This extra procedure is done to it to make it 4 to 5 times stronger.
The glass under goes a physical change in its structure without affecting its visual appearance. When broken, ABE Tempered Glass breaks into small and fine particles to prevent serious injuries. That is why Tempered Glass is also called Safety Glass.
As Abe tempered glass is well balanced in tension and compression stress, it cannot be cut, polished, hole or notched. All dimensions and specifications must be determined precisely before the tempered process.
To ensure we provide the top quality and service, Abe glass has gone through various standardizing tests in Asia, Europe, and America.
Below videos refer to tempered glass strength and safely broken units