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Re: [APD] Re: Tempered glass?
Yep. Picture frames, bulletin board cases, not much else--
not anything that someone might lean against or fall
against and possibly break -- except, maybe, aquariums ;-)
--- Dave Millman <dave at tactics_com> wrote:
> At 03:10 PM 9/5/2003, LeDeaux, David wrote:
> >I have an opportunity to get a couple of sheets of glass
> out of a
> >construction project going on here at work. I figured
> that it would make a
> >great cover for one of my tanks. My concern is that
> they might be tempered
> >glass. Does anyone know how to tell by looking if it is
> tempered or not
> >(besides hitting it with a hammer!). I don't want it if
> I can't cut it to
> There is almost no conceivable circumstance that
> non-tempered glass would
> be allowed by building codes for use in a "work"
> (industrial/commercial/retail), at least in the US.
> Except perhaps for a
> picture frame.
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