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Glass types

Depending on the object, glasses of different properties are selected.

Most often, protective shock-resistant glasses are required. Many structures were made of glass (railings, office partitions, stairs). Moreover, they must be durable and safe for a person, in particular for a child. Downstairs windows are constantly in danger of being shattered. People want to protect themselves from robberies or people who just accidentally break glass.

In places where maximum protection is required, armoured glass is installed. In large glass facades, offices, or simply where the sun is too bright, use sunscreen glass. Where there is too much noise: near the railroad tracks, in the port or at the bar, soundproof double-glazed windows are installed.

If it is necessary to make the glass not transparent, use matte or tinted glass in the mass. Modern equipment allows you to fulfil the most daring design ideas. Tasks of design are solved by painted glass, sandblasting and mirrors, these glass categories are also actively used in furniture production.

Armoured glasses are glued together. For gluing, a special polymer film or solution with a photocurable polymer is used.


Glass reinforced with a fine-netting metal netting, in addition to increasing its strength, acquires another important property.

Glass reinforced with a fine-netting metal netting, in addition to increasing its strength, acquires another important property.


Another way to protect against splinters generated when a window is broken is to use triplex - glued glass with a complex multi-layer structure.


Tempered glass undergoes a special heat treatment, moreover, after cutting and drilling holes, since it is impossible to cut it after hardening. Tempered glass is three to four times stronger than ordinary glass in terms of its properties, and its appearance is no different.

Tempered glass undergoes a special heat treatment, moreover, after cutting and drilling holes, since it is impossible to cut it after hardening. Tempered glass is three to four times stronger than ordinary glass in terms of its properties, and its appearance is no different.