|Application||Furniture glass tables|
|Thickness||7mm - 14 mm|
We offer superior quality Glass For Buildings in our efforts to reach out with efficient glass solutions to our customers. These products are versatile and can be used in the construction of commercial or residential complexes. The smooth finished glass we offer is duly tested for quality compliance by trained experts and delivers good performance over an extended period of time. All tests are conducted by qualified quality controllers who use high end technology and advanced machinery.
|Finish Type||Stainless Steel|
|Lock Type||Knob / Cylinder|
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"Bulletproof" glass is very different to ordinary glass. More correctly called bullet-resistant glass (because no glass is totally bulletproof), it's made from multiple layers of tough glass with "interlayers" of various plastics. Sometimes, there's a final inner layer of polycarbonate (a tough type of plastic) or plastic film to prevent "spalling" (where dangerous shards of glass or plastic splinter off following the impact of a bullet). This sandwich of layers is called a laminate. It can be up to ten times thicker than a single pane of ordinary glass and it's usually very heavy.
When a bullet strikes bulletproof glass, its energy spreads out sideways through the layers. Because the energy is divided between a number of different pieces of glass and plastic, and spread over a large area, it is quickly absorbed. The bullet slows down so much that it no longer has enough energy to pierce through—or to do much damage if it does so. Although the glass panes do break, the plastic layers stop them flying apart. Think of bulletproof glass as "energy-absorbing" glass and you'll have a good idea how it works.
|Packaging Type||Carton Box|
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