Glass Types

The most common kind of glass in the glass world, produced in standard metric thicknesses: 2mm, 3mm, 4mm, 5mm, 6mm, 8mm, 10mm,…
Tinted float glass provide varying degrees of solar control and energy saving and can reduce transmission of the sun's harmful rays by…
Neutrality and selectivitySunergy is the answer to the most advanced architecture requirements. With its low reflection and high neutrality, Sunergy dovetails perfectly…
A Reflective Glass that Withstands the Test of TimeFor Many Years, Stopsol has been the leading choice of architectures and builders for…
Solar-control glazing with thermal insulation The solar control function is achieved by applying a selective metal coating. High light transmission, low solar…
Low-emissivity single glazing High performance: low-emissivityFull range: hard-coated (using a pyrolitic process) or soft-coated (using a magnetron process) glasses Environmental impact: the…
Decorative galss surfaces are very popular these days. Whether Painted In Subtle or vived colours, it enhances a room, plays with light…
Acid etching was usually done in two stages. Firstly the whole glass is etched to a matt finish. This is followed by…
Acid etching was usually done in two stages. Firstly the whole glass is etched to a matt finish. This is followed by…
Patterned glass is a kind of decorative translucent flat glass with embossed patterns on one or both surfaces, and applicable to all…
Mirror (Mirox MNGE) consists of a sheet of float glass, a silver-based reflective layer and a double coat of protective lead-free paint…
Laminated glass is a type of safety glass that holds together when shattered. In the event of breakage, it is held in…
Wired glass is a product in which a wire mesh has been inserted during production. It has an impact resistance similar to…
Toughened glass (or tempered glass) is a type of safety glass that has increased strength and a tendency to shatter in small,…