AsiaTemp Glass unveils new glass tempering machine

WHETHER for residential or commercial purposes, buildings have been rising all over the metropolitan.

Naturally, the boost of the number of these developments leads to a growing demand for materials, such as glass.

With building codes strictly requiring the use of tempered glass in construction for safety reasons, AsiaTemp Glass Corp. steps up to cater to this rising market through acquiring a new glass tempering machine. At 2.4 x 5.7 meters, AsiaTemp’s new device stands as the largest yet in Visayas and Mindanao. It is capable of tempering the smallest and largest possible glass sizes in bigger batches, a clear advantage over their other competitors.

As the device was obtained from Tamglass, a Finnish brand known as the leader for safety glass machinery, AsiaTemp’s tempered glass meets high European Standards, as well as those set by the American National Standards Institute.

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