- Glass in any door
- Railings: Where there are stairs, there are railings. Glass railings are a great addition to the interior space, but they need to hold up to a lot of wear and tear. Thick, tempered glass is the perfect material for railings because it ensures that they will look good and last a long time.
- Table Tops
- Tempered glass can be used for an array of table tops, such as conference room tables and reception desks. After the glass is tempered, ask your glass manufacturer to back-paint it so a pop of color is incorporated into the space as well.
- Display Cases: Display cases and other retail store fixtures are frequently made of tempered glass. Not only does the material let customers clearly see the products inside the case, but it also decreases the chance of someone being able to break the glass and steal the items on display.
- Office Partitions: Table tops aren’t the only design component in an office interior that can be made of tempered glass. Office partitions can also be crafted this way. With tempered glass, the partition won't break if an employee accidentally bumps into it.
- Glass in any kind of shower, bathtub area, hot tub, steam room, sauna or whirlpool area where the bottom edge of the glass is less than 60 inches above a standing surface and drain outlet.
These are just some examples of were one would uses tempered glass.