TufGlas™

KEY FEATURES

  • Increased mechanical strength and additional thermal resistant properties
  • Withstands temperature differentials of 250⁰C
  • Stable in temperatures ranging from -70⁰C to 300⁰C
  • Suited to be used in conjunction with mechanical fixings
  • Grade A safety glass manufactured to AS/NZ2208
  • A key component of many complimentary FGI products including KlymetControl IGU’s

BENEFITS

  • Four to five times stronger than normal annealed glass of the same thickness
  • Available in virtually all the FGI float and rolled product range.
  • Broad range of suitable residential, commercial and industrial applications
  • If broken, the glass shatters into a large number of small granular pieces, limiting injury
  • Available in a variety of edge finishes

 

APPLICATIONS

  • Glass Doors and Windows
  • Frameless Entry Systems
  • Public Venues
  • Office Buildings
  • Residential, Factories
  • Hospitals and Schools
  • Restaurants
  • Sporting Facilities

....and most commercial applications where a Grade A safety glass is required

KEY FEATURES

  • Increased mechanical strength and additional thermal resistant properties
  • Withstands temperature differentials of 250⁰C
  • Stable in temperatures ranging from -70⁰C to 300⁰C
  • Suited to be used in conjunction with mechanical fixings
  • Grade A safety glass manufactured to AS/NZ2208.
  • A key component of many complimentary FGI products including KlymetControl IGU’s

BENEFITS

  • Four to five times stronger than normal annealed glass of the same thickness
  • Available in virtually all the FGI float and rolled product range.
  • Broad range of suitable residential, commercial and industrial applications
  • If broken, the glass shatters into a large number of small granular pieces, limiting injury
  • Available in a variety of edge finishes

 

APPLICATIONS

  • Shower screens
  • Glass Doors
  • Windows
  • Internal partitions

....and most residential applications where a Grade A safety glass is required

TufGlas toughened glass is four to five times stronger than normal annealed glass of comparative thickness. TufGlas should be considered when additional strength, thermal resistance or safety are important considerations or where Building Codes demand the use of a Grade A safety glass.

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