Ornamental glass, glass-ceramic, lacobel, mirrors, laminated glass and others

Ornamental glass

Ornamental glass is often used in our home and office spaces. It let the light pass through but also block the sight because of its ornament pattern. Such characteristics lead to specific use of ornamental glass – as part of interior doors, protective glass walls, protective windows for bathrooms or other intimate spaces. They are also built into various furniture parts – kitchen cabinets, wardrobes, dressers… giving unique touch of style.

Frost, delta, oak bark, cathedral

Thickness 4mm

Suppliers: Sisecam, Saint Gobain, AGC

Glass-ceramics

Glass-ceramics have an amorphous phase and one or more crystalline phases and are produced by a so-called “controlled crystallization” in contrast to a spontaneous crystallization, which is usually not wanted in glass manufacturing. Glass-ceramics have the fabrication advantage of glass, as well as special properties of ceramics. Glass-ceramics do not require brazing but can withstand brazing temperatures up to 750 °C.

Kera Glass

Thickness 4mm

Suppliers: Sisecam, Euroglas, Saint Gobain, AGC

Lacobel

Lacobel is a coloured back painted glass range that is commonly used in a number of decorative installations in the home and workplace. Lacobel is only suitable for internal uses, for example in wardrobes, wall cladding (whiteboards etc.) furniture and more.

Use: For kitchen (black, white)

Suppliers: AGC, Sisecam

Mirrors

Mirrors are unique glass decoration that gives specific charme to all our interiors. Mirrors change our perception of space, making rooms larger or more dynamic. Mirroring surface comes from silver nitrate from the back side of the glass, usually protected with metal and colour coating. Depending on glass colour, mirrorign reflection can have pleasant bronze, grey, blue or green tone which makes unique room atmosphere.

Thickness: 3mm, 4mm

Supplier: Sisecam

Laminated glass

Laminated glass are made by sticking two or more high quality glass under high pressure and temperature. A special UV foil inserted between glass layers enhances sound and thermo insulation. Laminating foil also prevents glass from breaking into parts if crashed. Laminated glass is very attractive but also safe for people and property if broken.

Colored, colorless, milky

Low-e laminated glass

33.1, 44.1, 55.1, 66.1; 33.2, 44.2, 55.2

Suppliers: Sisecam, Saint Gobain, Euroglas

Others

Wired glass

Wired glass is a type of glass into which a wire mesh is embedded during production. Wired glass is manufactured primarily as a fire retardant, with wire mesh inlaid in the glass to prevent it from shattering and breaking out under stress or when exposed to high temperatures.

Satin glass

Satin glass is the name for any glass that has been chemically treated to give it a satin finish. The term “satin glass” is frequently used to refer to a collectible type of pressed glass. Satin glass can be used for decorative items. However, satin glass is also used to provide privacy where the full transparency of glass is undesirable. The satin finish is produced by treating the glass with hydrofluoric acid or hydrofluoric acid fumes.