Tempered safety glass ESG Flat Brochure, Überblick



Beschreibung

EUROGLAS ESG Flat is manufactured in series production on two pre-cut lines and a tempering furnace. The self-manufactured basic glass, EUROFLOAT, and the extra-white EUROWHITE NG with a light transmission value of 91.5% are processed here. There are four different machining possibilities: rectangle glass pre-cut, edge grinding, hole drilling, tempering. The machining and thermal treatment of glass panes is possible from a thickness of 2 mm.


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EUROGLAS ESG Flat

Solar and tempered safety glass with a unique flatness

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EUROGLAS ESG Flat – safety with

slender structures too

EUROGLAS ESG Flat is manufactured in series produc-
tion on two pre-cut lines and a tempering furnace.
The self-manufactured basic glass, EUROFLOAT, and
the extra-white EUROWHITE NG with a light transmis-
sion value of 91.5% are processed here.
There are four different machining possibilities: rec-
tangle glass pre-cut, edge grinding, hole drilling, tem-
pering. The machining and thermal treatment of glass
panes is possible from a thickness of 2 mm.

Advantages of EUROGLAS ESG Flat
•  Thermally treated glass has a higher bending

strength and is thus more resistant to impact,
shock and hail than normal float glass.

•  Low warpage of the tempered glass.
•  Very high quality drilling of holes at several

positions in the glass.

Contact
Euroglas GmbH, D- 39340 Haldensleben
Phone +49 3904 638 0, Fax +49 3904 638 11 00
info@euroglas.com
www.euroglas.com

Mark

eting:  Eur

oglas GmbH  2/2017

Glass
thickness

Glass type

Dimensions

Hole drilling Ø

Egde

Corner

Minimum Maximum

Minimum Maximum

2-8 mm

Untempered 550 mm

2.600 mm

8 mm

50 mm

KG; KGS; KGN Ground off

2-8 mm

HSG/ TSG/
TTG*

550 mm

1.700 -
2.600 mm

8 mm

50 mm

KGS; KGN

Ground off

* TTG – thermally treated glass in a thickness of 2 mm only; special formats after consultation; panes can be separated
by powder, paper and cord; TSG manufactured according to EN12150, HSG according to EN 1863, glass edges according to
DIN 1249.

Cut edge(KG)

Arrissed edge (KGS)

Ground edge (KGN)

Usage
•  Front and rear glass in PV modules
•  Solar heat
•  Greenhouses and botanical gardens
•  Pre-products for insulating glass units

Technical data:

Edge machining: