Tempered glass panels undergo special heating and cooling manufacturing processes that make them super strong, resistant to heat and scratches, and safer than ordinary glass. They’re also incredibly clear, fully transparent, and are available in various patterns.
Applications of Tempered Glass Panels
Tempered glass panels have a wide variety of applications in the home and in the workplace, such as the following:
Display cases and bookshelves
You can use tempered glass panels to make bookshelves, display cabinets, multimedia cabinets, and bedroom cabinets. In the workplace or in your store, they can be used to make display tables, display cases, storage cabinets, and multimedia stands. A unique way to use them is in floating glass shelves, which work well both at home and in the office. Practically anything in your home or office that is made of glass can be replaced with tempered glass.
Tabletops and desktops
Tempered glass panels make excellent table tops and desktops because they resist heat, don’t scratch easily, and are super tough. At home, they’re perfect for kitchen countertops, bathroom countertops, dining tables, coffee tables, desks, and table covers for patio furniture. In the office, they work perfectly as conference tabletops, reception desks, desktops, and coffee tables.
Tempered glass panels are often used as partitions in office buildings and commercial spaces. They have the perfect combination of qualities. These panels are clear and transparent enough so that you can see your surroundings while enjoying some privacy. They’re also strong and long-lasting. Most importantly, they break safely into small granular pieces, which prevents injuries in case someone accidentally walks into a partition and breaks it.