Templex
Tempered glass.

Process
Templex is manufactured through a horizontal advance system. The glass is submitted to high temperatures (from 615°C [1139°F] up to 710°C [1310°F] and then rapidly cooled by a controlled process, which makes the glass four times more resistant that normal glass.

Overview
The properties obtained with the tempering process give the glass sheet resistance properties that allow its use as a structural element.
Templex® is manufactured with the Tinted glasses family. When applied to Reflectasol® tempering must be done before the reflective process, and because the shape and size of Templex® cannot be modified, it must be cut to the specified dimensions, drilled, beveled and/or etched before processing. Reflectasol-t® glass can be tempered after the reflective process.

Benefits:

This is a high resistance glass. If case of an accident, it fractures in small round particles, providing safety and protection to its users.

Applications:

Templex® is considered a good option both in interiors and exterior applications. Can be used in suspended facades, entrance glass doors, shower glass doors, furniture, wall partitions, glass enclosures, balustrades and a number of applications were safety is specified.

MANUFACTURING DIMENSIONS
THICKNESS (mm) SIZES
3.2mm – 19mm

Different glass sizes are
available upon request.
There isn’t a standard size.

 

Diagram:

Thermal Properties:

Product Thickness


Solar Transmission
light%    energy%


Solar Reflectivity
light%    energy%

Templex 3.2 – 19.00 8.3-87.8   7.5-77.2
4.4-8.4   4.3-7.3

Thermal Properties

Acoustic

Energy Savings


Safety

Varies depending on the type of glass used.