Tempered glass

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Hardness and resistance are the keywords that define tempered glass, which offers added security when used on windows or doors.

Tempered glass is produced from ordinary glass: it is subjected to heat treatment (heating process above 700ºC and rapid cooling), making it more resistant to breaking by impact. Tempered glass is up to 5 times more resistant than ordinary glass!
Due to its characteristics, it is considered a safety glass: it has high mechanical resistance (withstands strong impacts, flexion and traction) and thermal (remains stable when exposed to extreme temperatures).

Devoid of frames, tempered glass doors, with a high level of versatility, can be applied in any environment, whether commercial, business or residential spaces.


  • In the event of a break, the tempered glass door does not produce shrapnel: it breaks up into small non-cutting pieces
  • Can be installed without frames and can be used internally and externally
  • Ease of cleaning

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