Here at BHP our Insulating glass is made of two glass panes separated by air or gasses to reduce most of the heat transfer. A special type of silicone glazing process that we do to all our insulated glass helps it from breaking away from the frame.
Here at BHP our Insulated glass is made of a special silicone glazing that keeps it from braking away from the frame. Insulated glass is composed of two panes of glass separated by air or gas to reduce heat transfer.
Here at BHP, our Laminated Insulating glass is made up of three panes of glass two of the panels are bonded together with a strong clear interlayer for impact resistance and the other pane is added for insulation.
Here at BHP, our tempered glass is heated up to 1300F, then the glass is rapidly cooled to create a higher surface compression. That compression makes the glass more resistant to blunt impacts and even more tolerant to temperature changes. If tempered glass is impacted with enough force to break, the glass will shatter into countless small, slightly cube-shaped pieces that present less of a cutting hazard.
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