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Tempered glass is treated with a tempering process to improve its mechanical properties. This involves heating the glass in a furnace to a temperature of 600 to 700°C, depending on its composition.

Its surface is then rapidly cooled with jets of air. Tempered glass is five times stronger than ordinary glass. When tempered glass breaks, it crumbles into thousands of chunks that are less likely to cause cuts.

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Sprimsecure (tempered glass) complies with the EN 12150 standard. We are committed to constantly improving the quality of our products and the technology we use to produce them.

This is why Sprimoglass is equipped with a high-convection furnace to temper its Low-E and Solar Control glass for insulating units based on research by the biggest glass producers.  

The areas of application of tempered glass are huge and its performance often makes it essential or even a legal requirement for many uses: 

  • interior glass: furniture, fittings, display cases, partitions, staircases…
  • street furniture: bus shelters, billboards, telephone boxes…
  • façades including glass curtain walls, doors, shop windows, guardrails…


  • Maximum furnace dimensions: 2600 x 5100 mm
  • Tempering thickness: 4 – 19 mm
  • Stock thickness of coated glass that can be tempered: 6 mm
  • Heat soak test: the maximum dimensions of the furnace are 2300 x 3300 mm
  • Minimum tempering dimensions: 200 x 300 mm

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