12mm Tempered Glass Topless Railing

Topless glass railing usually use a frame and then insert the tempered glass, or clamp the tempered glass with a glass clip, or you can fix the tempered glass with screws.
Topless railing tempered glass thick:10mm (3/8"),12mm(1/2") Or tempered laminated
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Topless glass railing

Topless glass railing usually use a frame and then insert the tempered glass, or clamp the tempered glass with a glass clip, or you can fix the tempered glass with screws.

Topless railing tempered glass thick:10mm (3/8"),12mm(1/2") Or tempered laminated glass of similar thick .
The tempered glass size : Can be customized to any size and shape according to customer requirements
Color : Clear Glass  ,Etched Glass ,laminated glass 
Inspection standards:ANSI Z97.1 ,16 CFR1201 ,CAN CGSB 12.1-M90 ,CE-EN12150

 
• The railing is divided into frameless glass railing and frame glass railing. The frameless glass railing uses screws to fix the glass, and the frame railing uses frames to fix the glass. The glass railing adds a modern touch to any building. Glass railings are known for their light weight and relative ease of installation, and do not require much time.
There are many kinds of glass. Colored glass, frosted glass or patterned  are just a few of the many alternatives, all of which are worth considering.
• Tempered glass Aluminum railing Usually use 5mm tempered glass panel and 6mm tempered glass panel

• Tempered glass balcony railings and tempered glass deck railings can also be topless glass railing , and the tempered glass panel can be fixed to the balcony or deck with screws.
• Topless glass railing or frameless railing  used 10mm tempered glass panel and 12mm tempered glass panel and laminated tempered glass panel of similar thickness.
• Stainless steel frame railing uses 10 mm tempered glass panel, 12 mm tempered glass panel or tempered laminated glass

We offer high quality tempered glass panel and tempered laminated glass panels and our tempered glass panels have passed American and Canadian standards.

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