performances and advantages
→ Possesses exceptionally smooth flatness.
→ Allowing distortion-free viewing and fine transmitted images.
→ Excellent light transmittance.
→ Creating a higher luminous interior.
→ The fire-polished surface giving a higher quality lustre and superb smoothness.
→ Most suitable for the silvering of mirror, producing fine reflected images.
→ External use of windows, doors, shopfronts in offices, houses, shops, etc.
→ Interior glass screens, partitions, balustrades, etc.
→ Shop display windows, showcases, display shelves, etc.
→ Furniture, table-tops, picture frames, etc.
→ Ideal for silvering into mirrors, tempering into safety glasses, further processed for other industrial usage.
|Maximum Dimension:||3000 x 10490mm|
1. raw material
2. glass formation
The molten glass exits the furnace and is poured onto a bath of molten tin at a temperature of 800 degrees Celcius. Since molten tin has a higher specific gravity than glass, the molten glass spreads and floats on the tin surface producing a contiuous flat ribbon. The ribbon is pulled through the bath of molten tin and this process controls the thickness and the width produced. Upon exiting the bath, the glass ribbon enters the electrically heated annealing lehr where it is cooled in a tightly regulated manner. After cooling, the glass enters the cutting process.
3. cutting and quality control
4. packing and distribution
After cutting to the desired size, the glass sheets are packed in a rack or a box, which is then marked with a bar code, and taken to the warehouse for storage, shipment and distribution.
**Multi range of color provided.**