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Ceramic Frit

A frit is a ceramic composition that has been fused in a special fusing oven, quenched to form a glass, and granulated the unheated raw materials of glass making are more commonly called “glass batch”. In antiquity, frit could be crushed to make pigments or shaped to create objects.

Curved Glass

Also known as bent glass, curved glass is glass that has been reheated and shaped, usually over a metal mold, to a desired bend or curvature, and left to cool in that position. Curved glass can be found in vehicles as well as in architectural designs, from glass domes and hand rails to revolving doors and display cases.

Flat Glass

Flat glass, sheet glass or plate glass is a type of glass that is initially produced in plane form. It is commonly used for windows, glass doors, transparent walls, and windshields. For modern architectural and automotive applications, the flat glass is sometimes bent after production of the plane sheet.

Nominal thickness, range of thickness and dimensional tolerance on cut sizes (length and width) of sheet glass shall be as prescribed.

 

Insulated Glass

Insulating glass, more commonly known as double glazing, consists of two or three glass window panes separated by a vacuum or gas filled space to reduce heat transfer across a part of the building envelope.

Laminated Glass

Laminated glass technically has the same strength as regular glass but has a plastic interlayer between two panes of 3mm thick glass, holding them together. The PVB plastic interlayer is a tough resin which will hold the shards in place should the glass break, providing a safe double-layered design.

For safety reasons, laminated glass must comply with EN ISO 12543 specifications, and the transparency of the glass won’t be altered during the laminating process.