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Laminated or toughened safety glass

Safety glass for the home.

The use of safety glass in and around doors makes sense. Safety glass around the home is usually either laminated or toughened safety glass. Laminated safety glass is normally two pieces of ordinary annealed glass bonded together with an interlayer so if the glass is impacted, it may crack but the interlayer should hold the pieces together. Toughened safety glass is much stronger than ordinary glass of the same thickness and is made by using a ...

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Broken Glass Sidelight Gembrook 3783

Broken Glass Sidelight Gembrook 3783

Before:  Broken glass sidelight Gembrook 3783.  A panel of glass which is either operable or inoperable, located adjacent to a doorway which may or may not be in the same plane of the doorway, is considered a sidelight (or side panel).  A sidelight is categorized specifically in the Australian Safety Standards which requires the use of different types of glass.  In this case, the sidelight is immediately next to a door and must be a safety ...

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