Tempered Glass

Tempered glass starts life as float glass. Float glass, when shattered breaks into large pieces and can be harmful; it is therefore unsuitable for applications. In the tempering process, the surfaces of the glass are heated in a furnace nearly over 670°C.

The hot glass is then cooled rapidly by a blast of air over a period of between 3 and 10 seconds. As a result, the surfaces shrink, and tensile stresses develop on the surfaces.

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Insulated Glass

Two or more liters of glass are assembled and separated at a fixed interval using an aluminum spacer filled with a drying agent called desiccants to absorb the moisture within air space.

The surrounding edges of the double glazed units are then sealed first by a primary sealant and then by secondary sealant.

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Heat Strengthened Glass

Heat Strengthened glass follows almost the same process as tempered glass, except that the annealed glass is heated to a slightly lower temperature of 620°C and the volume and pressure of cooling process is less rapid.

 

Benefits

The break pattern is large and the fragments tend to remain in the glazing. It is less prone to spontaneous breakage and provides better optics.

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Ceramic Painting Glass

Ceramic painting glass is first painted and then toughened. We have various catalogues with latest designs for painting models.

 

Benefits

Ceramic painting is an excellent source of personal relaxation; enhance beauty of office and home.

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Back Painting Glass

Back painting is done after toughening the glass. We have creative and designer catalogue for back painting.

 

Benefits

Back painted glass enhances the beauty of windows, glass doors and wall.

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Acid Frosted Glass

Acid etching is a process that uses acid. Acid etched glass is produced by acid etching one side of float glass. Etched glass is created by cutting a design stencil that is made of an abrasive resistant material, such as vinyl or rubber. The resulting stencil is called a resist.

 

Benefits

Frosted glass is a glass which roughens or obscures the clear surface of the glass. Frosted glass can enhance the beauty of windows, glass doors, or glass cabinets. This technique adds warmth and style to any décor.

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Sand Frosted Glass

Sandblasting is essentially the process of blasting the surface of glass with grit which peppers the surface, giving it a milky white appearance.

 

Benefits

It can be performed to any type of glass, laminated or double glazing. The sand frosted glass is a decorative glass used to obtain a faded or blurred vision through it.

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