TTA Co., Ltd.
Founded in 1988, TTA Co., Ltd. launched the production of heat-tempered glass lids and frying pan covers in Thailand. In full compliance with both JIS R-3206 and JIS S-2030 standards, our heat- tempered lids are lighter in weight and 3-5 times higher in shock resistance as compared to conventional heat-proof glass lids.
In 1995, we built our second plant, producing chemically-strengthened flat glass in line with ASTM C 1422 standards. Our production process also helps fragile stiff glass become flexible, elastic and resistant to scratches. Additionally, the process creates tougher glass with a smooth surface and no distortions (essential for many products such as copiers and scanners). Chemically-strengthened glass is 10-15 times stronger than ordinary float glass, and is used in numerous applications today, including flat panel displays, which require high-impact strength glass.
Recently in 2011, we built a new chemical temper furnace to support the growing demand for large glass sheets that are often used in construction projects and in the production of larger electronic products. Today, we can process, cut and customize glass as thin as 0.4mm and as large as 2,100 x 2,850mm of any shape or form.
We have long been the market leader in supplying copier and scanner glass to dominant manufacturers in Thailand and around the globe such as Fuji Xerox, Canon and others. Other varied products include phone displays, car light covers, cookware and glass windows. With our strong reputation, TTA has become a global player, supplying glass for many large projects, including a toll way glass wall project in Japan.
We are ISO 9001:2000 and 9001:2008 certified.
- Heat-Tempered Glassis glass that is processed at a temperature of up to 730℃ and immediately cooled with high pressure air blasts. Heat-tempered glass can withstand impact of 3-5 times higher than regular float glass and when broken, instead of shattering into jagged shards, it crumbles into small and relatively harmless chunks.
- Chemically-Strengthened Glassis glass that is submerged inside a bath of dissolved potassium nitrate (KNo3) at a temperature about 350-450℃, thus enriching the glass surface with sodium ions. These sodium ions are replaced by potassium in order to create compression and make the final product 10-15 times stronger than regular glass. This method is particularly useful for thin glass, as well as small glass pieces and shaped glass, which cannot be tempered by ordinary physical tempering.