Heat Treated & Tempered

The rate of cooling is the only difference in the process used to create tempered and heat strengthened glass. Tempered glass is cooled rapidly, which creates a higher degree of compression. Heat strengthened glass is cooled at a slower rate and the result is a lower state of compression.

Tempered glass has higher thermal strength, and it can withstand high temperature changes up to 250°C. Tempered glass is considered as a safety glass. It is difficult to break and even in the event of a breakage, disintegrates into small relatively harmless globules.


By definition, laminated glass refers to multiple layers of glass that have been attached together, typically with a layer of PVB in the centre. Through the use of heat and pressure, these multiple pieces of glass are combined to form a single glass pane with enhanced strength and durability.

Laminated and tempered glass are manufactured by different techniques and serve other purposes. Tempered glass is better in areas with a low risk of glass breakage, and small and harmless glass fragments are acceptable. But if security is a priority, laminated glass is better for reducing the risk of injury.

Insulated Glass Units (IGU)

Insulated glass units (IGUs) prevent heat loss through your glass doors and windows. The units consist of two panes of glass separated by an inert gas. The insulating layer provided by the gas between the windowpanes diffuses heat transfer. Most modern homes and buildings use insulated glass.

Spandrel Glass

Unlike vision glass, which is meant to be transparent, spandrel glass is designed to be opaque in order to help hide features between the floors of a building, including vents, wires, slab ends and mechanical equipment.

Silkscreened Glass

Silk screen glass also called silk printing glass, ceramic frit glass, or ceramic printing glass. It is processed inorganic glaze (also known as ink), printed on the surface of the glass, and then toughened or heat-strengthened after drying, the glaze is permanently sintered on the surface of the glass and get decorative glass products.

The glaze used in silk screen glass is generally inorganic color and low melting point glass, in the process of tempering and sintering, the glaze is fused to the surface of the glass, so it has a stable color, not easy to fade, the glaze layer is strong and not easy to fall off, and can be achieved with the building life.

Bird Friendly Glass

Simple decals can help birds distinguish see-through surfaces, although decals are not permanent and can be difficult to implement on large structures with a lot of glass. As an alternative, permanent patterns can be applied to glass with ceramic frit—the frit can be silk-screened on the glass, so that virtually any design can be incorporated. Although frit glass is usually installed to afford privacy or increase energy efficiency (by decreasing solar heat gain), frit can also make glass more visible to birds.


Mirror glass doesn’t have to be normal. It can be colored, frosted, antiqued (made to appear aged), laminated and beveled.

Bullet Resistant Glass

From BB guns to large ammunition, there are many different classifications of glass to help provide safety.