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Tempered glass can be used on non heater rated appliances, like a direct-vent gas fireplace or direct-vent gas stove. The tempered glass is 7 times stronger than regular glass, withstanding temperatures as hot as 400°F! Durable and safe, tempered glass is the best choice for your glass fireplace doors. It is also resistant to thermal shock and scratching or damage. Available in your choice of clear, grey, or bronze tints, this beautiful replacement glass will enhance your fireplace doors and ensure the safety of your home and loved ones in the process! We custom-cut the sheet of tempered glass to your specifications with a seamed edging. Remember to secure your door into the stiles with glass retainer clips!
DO NOT USE TEMPERED GLASS IN WOOD STOVES or INSERTS, COAL STOVES or INSERTS, PELLET STOVES or INSERTS, or COOKTOPS! Tempered glass cannot withstand the extreme heat emitted from these particular applications. If you have one of these stoves or inserts, you will need ceramic replacement glass.
We cannot cut grooves into the glass or offer bevel edging, as these additional cuts will weaken the glass and cause it to break.
|Thickness Available:||1/8, 3/16, or 1/4 Inch|
|Colors Available:||Clear, Grey, Bronze|
|Material:||Tempered Annealed Glass|
|Temperature Rating:||400°F (204°C)|
Estimated Lead Time:
Please give us 10-15 business days to create this product for you.
Fast Replacement Glass provides tempered glass to our customers based on specific size requirements. We warrant to our immediate customers that the glass product ordered will meet certain standards and will be free from material and workmanship defects on the day of shipment.
Fast Replacement Glass does not offer warranties on performance or customer use of the glass. How a customer handles, installs, and uses processes the glass product is solely the customer's responsibility. Fast Replacement Glass cannot be held liable for breakage, damage, or failure of the product due to wrongful installation or if the glass pane is too tight and doesn't allow for thermal expansion during operation of the heating appliance.
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