shatterproof glass


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shatterproof glass

[¦shad·ər¦prüf ′glas]
(materials)

laminated glass, safety glass, shatterproof glass

Two or more plies of plate glass, float glass, or sheet glass, bonded to a transparent plastic sheet between them to form a shatter-resisting assembly.
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The prisoner is handcuffed and separated by a partition of shatterproof glass, steel trim, and wire mesh.
The Ubiquity 2 LED T8 lamps are made with a shatterproof glass tube.
Tenders are invited for Pressure Gauge 0-250 Kg/Cm2 Bott 6 Inch 1)Type:Direct 2)Mounting: Local 3)Dial Size: 150Mm 4)Case: Ss 304 5)Ring: Standard 6)Blowout Co Nnection : Back 7)Lens: Shatterproof Glass 8)Element : Bourd On 9)Bourdon Mat: Aisi 316 Ss 10)Movement Mat: Aisi 304Ss11)Ac Curacy:+/-1% Or Better 12) Ext Screw Mat : Ss 13) Pointer Type:Micrometer 14) Zero Adjust : Yes
Bracing for further unrest, Magasins General rebuilt its stores with shatterproof glass, heavy metal shutters and 20-foot walls topped by barbed wire.
Installed at the entrance to the space, it invited the viewer to fissure a pane of shatterproof glass underfoot, while a pristine sheet was suspended above--two states of the same body, flesh to bare bones.
She helped found the Protecting People First Foundation, whose mission is to increase the use of shatterproof glass in public buildings.
case: ss 304, ring: standard, fill fluid: glyc erine, lens: shatterproof glass, element: bourdon, bourdon mat.
The century of motoring since Henry Fielding's death on the way home to Brighton has seen a huge struggle to gain acceptance for features such as seatbelts, collapsible steering columns and shatterproof glass - now regarded as standard.