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Types of glass

Clear glass

Today, clear glass is the most widely used form of glass in consumer products. Due to both its high quality with no additional polishing required and its structural flexibility during production, it can easily be shaped and bent into a variety of forms while in a heated, syrupy state. This makes it ideal for a variety of applications such as (Automobile glass, Mirrors, Furniture, Insulated glass, Windows and doors)

Toughened glass

Tempered or toughened glass is a type of safety glass processed by controlled thermal or chemical treatments to increase its strength compared with normal glass. Tempered glass is used when strength, thermal resistance, and safety are important considerations. Typical applications of tempered glass include: Balcony doors, Athletic facilities, Swimming pools, FacadesShower doors and bathroom areas, Exhibition areas and displays, Computer towers or cases

Tinted glass

Tinted glass panels can be used to reduce solar radiation, glare and visible light transmission through glass panels, creating a more comfortable environment internally. The most common tint shades used in architectural glazing are bronze, blue, grey and green. The tint is applied to the glass units at the annealed state of glazing. Small additions of metal oxides are introduced to the clear glass in order to produce the colour tint required.

Obscured glass

Obscure glass is a class of window glass used to separate spaces while allowing light and a limited amount of visual information to pass through. It is not uncommon to find such glass embedded, for instance, in office and conference room doors, in front doors of homes, in the exterior windows of bathrooms, and in the windows of close-proximity homes. Obscure glass is typically transparent, but has a surface texture that results in distorted and blurry images of a scene when photographing through the glass.

Painted Glass

The applications for back painted glass vary widely and it is commonly used in both residential and commercial buildings. One of the main uses of back painted glass is simply as a design element. Glass has always added a unique look in any building project which usually translates to a sleek, modern appearance. Back painted glass takes this one step further in that the cool, hard surface remains, but color is added to match any palette.

Decorative glass

Glass that is used for more than just a functional purpose—particularly if it is designed to be pretty or change the look of the space in which it is used—is decorative glass. Easily recognizable use of decorative glass might be frosted, colored or textured glass in doors, which can be found in residential as well as corporate buildings.

Mirrored glass

Mirrored glass is another phrase used for reflective glass. It is glass that has been treated with a metallic substance and offers mirror-like properties. The phrase mirrored glass can apply to products made specifically to serve as mirrors as well as glass that is reflective but made for architectural or decorative purposes, such as facades or table tops.

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