Float glass is a type of glass known for its high level of smoothness and lack of distortion. It is commonly used as a base material for creating laminated and heat-toughened glass, among other glass products. Its translucent and slightly green-tinted appearance allows for the transmission of approximately 87% of incident light, and it offers a clear, unobstructed view. The name "float glass" is derived from the manufacturing process, which involves pouring molten glass onto a bed of molten tin, causing the glass to float freely.


  • Durability.
  • Environment-Friendly.
  • Multitude of Options.
  • Transparency: Float glass is transparent, allowing light to pass through it with very little distortion.
  • Strength: Float glass is also known for its high strength, which makes it ideal for use in applications where durability is important.
  • Thermal insulation: Another important characteristic of float glass is its ability to provide thermal insulation.

Float Glass

Clear Glass

Clear Glass is a glass manufactured in the float line without any tint, allowing it to be transparent in nature. This transparent and clear finish ensures clarity of vision with true colours of the objects

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Mirror Glass

Mirrored glass is another phrase used for reflective glass.

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Extra Clear Glass

The extra clear glass is a type of float glass, which has very low iron content and hence is also called low iron glass. The iron content in float glass is usually 830 – 850 ppm (parts per million), while iron content in an extra clear glass is less than 150 ppm. It allows almost 92% of visible light to be transmitted

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Tinted Glass

Tinted glass is made by adding small amounts of metal oxide to the glass composition. This alters the transmission of solar energy and modifies the colour without changing the basic properties of the glass

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Soft Coated Glass

This coating is applied to cold glass by a 'magnetron' coating line. The float glass is passed through this special facility and the coating is applied to the surface. This coating is delicate and damages quite easily and thus the term 'soft coat' is used to describe this type of low e coating.

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Hard Coated Glass

A hard coat on a Low E window is when a thin layer of silver is sprayed onto the surface of the glass at a very high temperature

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Processed Glass

Laminated Glass

Laminated glass is a type of safety glass composed of two or more layers of glass bonded together with an interlayer material, typically made of Polyvinyl Butyral (PVB) or, in some cases, ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA). This interlayer holds the glass layers together, even when the glass is broken, which provides several important benefits and applications.

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Insulated Glass

Insulated glass, also known as double-glazed or double-pane glass, is a type of architectural glass construction designed to improve energy efficiency and enhance thermal insulation in buildings. It consists of two or more glass panes separated by a space filled with air or gas and sealed around the edges.

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