The selection of products manufactured by Cambodian Structural Safety Glass are not only of the highest quality, but are also available in a variety of options to ensure you find exactly what you’re looking for. With top-of-the-line materials, cutting-edge production technologies and a highly qualified team, we guarantee complete satisfaction.


As the growing complexity of contemporary design, (e.g. a variety of curved shapes), it has also led to an increase in demand of different shapes of glass. CSSG Bended Glass is a heat treated glass with a residual surface compression less than 10.000PSI or an edge compression less than of 9.700 PSI.


CSSG heat strengthened glass is a heat treated glass with a residual surface compression greater than 3,500 psi and less than 10,000 psi, or edge compression greater than 5,500 psi and less than 9,700 psi. This glass complies with stringent internationally standards such as ANSI 97.1, BS 6206 and AN/NZS 2208.


CSSG insulation glass comprises of two or more layers of glass separated by desiccant-filled spacer and sealed with sealants.


CSSG Intrusion resistant safety glass is a high-quality composite that combines the properties of Kuraray SentryGlas® Plus with the abrasion resistance of glass. The thickness and composition of glass will depend on the degree of protection required. It can withstand the prolonged attack from heavy objects, crowbars, axes, and other hands tool.


CSSG Laminated glass is produced by permanently bonding two or more layers of glass together with tough layers of Polyvinyl Butyral (PVB) under heat and pressure, to create a single sheet of glass. When broken, the PVB interlayer keeps the layers of the glass bonded and prevent it from breaking apart.


CSSG tempered safety glass is obtained by heating ordinary float glass to its softening point (about 700˚C) and then followed by a rapid cooling that results in the glass retaining high compressive stresses in excessive of 10,000 PSI or an edge compression in excess of 9,700 PSI.