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The difference between tempered glass and ordinary glass


Tempered glass is a heat-treated glass characterized by a compressive stress layer formed on the surface of the glass, which has improved mechanical strength and thermal shock resistance, and has a special fragment state.
The load-bearing capacity of tempered glass is about five times that of ordinary glass, but like other types of glass, it is broken when it is affected by external forces such as collision and scratching. The edge of the tempered glass is the most sensitive and weakest part of the external force. When the tempered glass breaks, it will make a loud noise, and the fragments will be granulated and scattered around. The fragments of tempered glass do not have a sharp angle.
When the ordinary glass is broken, it will form sharp fragments and may cause serious damage.