Securing glass

Securing glass is a delicate and at the same time extremely complex process that contributes to improving its strength, which is why we give it our full attention and efficiency. We offer reliability, the highest quality service and professionalism throughout the entire collaboration, from order taking to safe delivery.

Thermally toughened glass and thermally tempered glass

Thermally toughened glass
If you’re wondering what exactly the process of securing the glass entails, it is achieved by heating the glass to around 650-700 degrees Celsius, followed by a sudden cooling at a controlled rate.
In the case of accidental breakage, the result is small shards with smooth edges and corners and no danger of injury to persons.
At the same time, tempered glass has a high resistance to thermal gradient (200 K). After securitisation, the glass can no longer be processed in terms of size (cutting, drilling, cant processing).
The securing process is in accordance with SR EN 12150: 2016.

Thermally toughened glass
It is also obtained by a heating process followed by a slower cooling process, so that, after accidental breakage, large strips of glass are produced without forming “islands” inside the glass panel. The thermal gradient resistance is 100 K.

The resulting shards are sharp, so tempered glass cannot be considered safety glass. After securing, the glass can no longer be processed in terms of dimensions (cutting, drilling, cant processing). The heat hardening process must be done in accordance with SR EN 1863: 2012.
Glass security, in addition to offering a high level of protection, has some special features. This includes shaping the structure of the glass (which is perhaps the most important) so that, in the event of a possible breakage, the shards are very small and equal in size. This reduces the damage caused and significantly reduces the risk of injury.

European security standards

As a large part of our production of toughened glass (and not only) goes to commercial companies in Romania and many European countries, it goes without saying that the services we provide to our customers are in accordance with European requirements, namely: European standards EN 12150 and EN 1863. We regularly perform numerous quality assurance tests and use special equipment to limit and even eliminate the risk of scratches.

Technical details about securing glass

Flat Tempering
Maximum loading area
2440 × 4200 mm
5 - 19 mm
2440 × 1800 mm
4 mm (half loaded)
Minimum bottle size
150 x 280 mm
Glass thickness
4 -19 mm
≤ 0.2 %
Final production rate
≥ 98 %
High quality edged clear glass
Electricity consumption
≤ 4.2 KWH / ㎡
Based on 5 mm clear glass
Glass quality
ANSIZ-97.1or EN12150
Approximately 16 - 18 loads/hour
Based on 5 mm clear glass

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