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Chemically hardened glass

The special glass from Nissink Business Glass has the following advantages:

  • Better resistance against shocks and (air) pressure
  • “Crumble effect” in case of destruction, without risk of injury
  • Thermal resistance against fatigue up to 150 degrees K
  • Pressure resistant up to 900 N / m²

 

The following types of glass can be thermally hardened by Nissink Business Glass:

  • Float glass
  • Casted glass
  • Colored glass
  • White Plated opal glass
  • Borosilicate glass
  • Etc. …

 

Technical information and details

Sizes layered hardened glass

  • Glass thickness: 3 – 25mm
  • Length: min. 20mm – max. 4300mm
  • Width: min. 20mm – max. 1200mm
  • Diameter ø: min. 20mm – max. 1200mm

 

Boreholes

The distance between the borders of the borehole and glass borders and the distance between the drill hole borders need to be at least twice the glass thickness. Ask us, in case of more than four boreholes, for the minimal distance. When drilling in a corner of a window and when a distance between the borehole border and glass border is smaller than 35mm, the differences between the distances needs to be at least 5mm. The values in the table also apply to maximum deviations. 
 

Nominal diameter Maximum deviation
4 to 20 ± 1
20 to 100 ± 2
More than 100 Upon request

 

Processing conditions

Max. service temperature temporarily: 300 °C
Constant load: 200 °C

Resistance against temperature change: 150 K
Heat conduction: 0,8 W (m•K)

Linear expansion co efficient: a = 9 • 10[-6] K[-1]
Pressure resistance: 700-900 N/mm²
 

Bend-pull capacity

Glass product Nominal thickness of the glass (mm) Bend capacity *N/mm2 min.
Mirror glass 4 to 15 120
Cast glass, float glass and other glass 4 to 15 90
Enameled glass (mirror glass, enamel on the glass and in the bend capacity pull zone) 6 to 15 75
Enameled glass (mirror glass, enamel on the glass and in the bend capacity pull zone)
 
6 to 15 120

* Bend capacity is defined as the minimal bend stress that leads to a chance of fracture of 5% with a reliability of 0,95