Commercial and architectural glazing

 

 

 

 

Either toughened glass or laminated glass is the preffered option for most applications due to its safety properties. Annealed, heat-strengthened or tempered glass can be used to produce laminated glass.

 

 

Curved glass is produced in a horizontal mould by gently heating the glass to a temperature of about 600°C, just above the melting point. The glass slowly softens and takes the shape of a mould and therefore can be manufactured to exacting standards. Afterward, it is cooled gradually.

 

 

 

 

Glass is an ideal choice of material for internal partitions, especially because it allows light to penetrate buildings. It also fulfils secondary requirements, such as decoration (acid etching and enamelling), acoustic attenuation (reduced noise levels between areas), and security (safety glass and/or fire-resistant treatments).

 

 

 

 

The external envelope of a building fulfils the primary function of protecting the interior from the outside elements. Additionally, double glazing options enable thermal insulation during the cooler seasons; protection from overheating during warm periods; energy savings in heating systems; air conditioning and artificial lighting; protection of the environment; and isolation from outside noise. The external envelope of a building also projects an image to the outside world by combining design and functional objectives.



A broad range of double glazed units (DGUs) and colour enamelled glass offers the designer great flexibility in terms of appearance, performance, and composition options to suit modern architectural requirements, in a range of toughened or laminated options.

 

Whether for the interior or the exterior, decorative glass claddings provide an attractive, practical and cost-effective alternative to tiling, painting, and other forms of decoration. Because enamelled glass is used mainly for this application, great benefits can be derived in the area of daily maintenance.

 

 

Enamelled glass is produced by depositing pigments on the reverse side of glass mineral be either spray-painting (for solid colours) or by screen-printing (for patterns and bespoke designs). The mineral pigments are vitrified on the glass surface through a tempering process. Our enamel paint is prepared without any environmentally harmful elements such as lead, mercury, cadmium, or chrome VI.

 

A full range of glass options to suit :
* Windows and doors

* Conservatories and roofs

* Facades

* Walls cladding

* Partition walls

* Floors and stairs

* Shower cabins

* Furniture

* Balustrades

* Mirrors

* Fire walls