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What? The mirror can actually be tempered!


Hello everyone, recently many friends have sent private messages asking me if mirrors can be tempered. Here, I would like to tell you about tempered mirrors. Next, I will introduce what tempered mirrors are and what are the differences between them and ordinary mirrors? Next, let me give you a detailed introduction to tempered mirrors!

Tempered mirror is a type of safety mirror that can cut float glass into the required size and thickness according to your needs, and then perform edge grinding treatment before tempering. After tempering the glass, a tempered mirror is obtained by coating it with a reflective layer according to the mirror plating process.
The characteristics of tempered mirrors
Tempered mirrors have high strength, which is 3-5 times that of ordinary mirrors
The mirror is also very anti drop. Generally, mirror glass is very thin, which is to increase the strength of the mirror. The common practice on the market now is to sandwich mirror glass with ordinary glass or tempered glass, which is to make laminated glass. This not only increases strength but also is very safe, and everyone is very satisfied.
Tempered mirrors belong to safety mirrors. Tempered mirrors are actually a type of pre-stressed glass. To improve the strength of mirrors, chemical or physical methods are usually used to form compressive stress on the surface of the glass. When the glass is subjected to external forces, it first offsets the surface stress, thereby improving its load-bearing capacity, enhancing the glass's resistance to wind pressure, cold and heat, and impact.

Advantages of tempered mirrors:
The strength is several times higher than ordinary glass, and it is resistant to bending.
Safe to use, its increased load-bearing capacity improves its fragility, and even if the tempered mirror is damaged, it appears as small shards without sharp angles, greatly reducing harm to the human body Moreover, the resistance to rapid cooling and heating of tempered glass is 3-5 times higher than that of ordinary glass, and it can generally withstand temperature differences of over 250 degrees, which has a significant effect on preventing thermal cracking. It is a type of safety glass. To ensure the safety of qualified materials for high-rise buildings.

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