Tempered Safety Glass

Our Tempered Glass is strengthened through the process of heating and then cooling the surface rapidly. This process creates surface compression and tensile strength that causes glass to resist breakage, yet disintegrate into small pieces if a break occurs. Fully tempered glass must have a surface compression of 10,000 psi. This process produces glass four times more impact resistant than non tempered glass.

The uses of tempered glass are common due to its safety characteristics. Safety comes from strength and forms a unique fracture pattern which effectively resists wind pressure and impact, provides safety in many applications.

Our Pioneer tempered glass produces high quality and flawless glass to meet our customer’s requirement and expectation which fulfill the delivery lead time.

Laminated Glass

Our Laminated Glass is manufactured by bonding two or more layers of glass together with one or more layers of tough Polyvinyl Butyral (PVB) interlayer under heat and pressure, to create a single sheet of glass. When broken, the PVB interlayer keeps the layers of glass bonded and prevents it from breaking apart. This interlayer will help to reduce sounds energy transmission, energy saving and maintain its durability.

Laminated glass that is made up of annealed glass is normally used when safety is a concern, but not an option for tempering. When the laminated glass is broken, the PVB layer keep the glass intact and create a "spider web" cracking pattern.

Our Tempered laminated glass is designed to shatter into multiple small fragments and preventing possible injury when broken. It is an enhance version of ordinary laminated glass which included double safety features.