4 Benefits of Heat Soaked Glass
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The heat soaked glass process is a technique used to reduce the risk of spontaneous breakage in tempered glass. During this process, tempered glass is heated to a high temperature and held for a certain period of time, causing any defective glass to break. The remaining glass is then considered "heat soaked" and is more resistant to breakage than non-heat soaked glass. Some benefits of the heat soaked glass process include:
Increased safety: Heat soaked glass is less likely to spontaneously break, which makes it a safer option for buildings and vehicles.
Enhanced durability: The heat soaked glass process strengthens the glass and increases its resistance to thermal stress, which makes it more durable and longer-lasting.
Reduced risk of liability: Using heat soaked glass can reduce the risk of liability for architects, builders, and property owners by reducing the risk of glass breakage.
Improved aesthetics: The heat soaked glass process can improve the visual appearance of the glass by reducing the presence of bubbles and other defects.
Overall, the heat soaked glass process can provide numerous benefits for those who choose to use tempered glass in their projects.
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