Processed Glass

Processed architectural glass refers to glass that has undergone various treatments, modifications, or enhancements to meet specific functional, aesthetic, or safety requirements in architectural applications. This type of glass is extensively used in modern building design and construction due to its versatility and ability to address a wide range of architectural needs. Processed architectural glass can come in various forms, including tempered, laminated, coated, frosted, and more, each offering unique properties and benefits tailored to the demands of the architectural environment. It plays a vital role in enhancing energy efficiency, aesthetics, safety, and comfort in buildings, making it an essential component of contemporary architectural design.


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  • Expertise:Strong Vertical Integration with all Major Glass Processors
  • Supply Chain: Faster and on time delivery to Projects as we control the key materials needed to manufacture processed glass
  • Quality Assurance: Rigorous testing and quality checks are conducted at every stage of production.
  • Financial Re-Engineering: Generate financing with Logical integration.

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Tempered Glass

Tempered glass is manufactured by heating annealed glass to a high temperature and then rapidly cooling it. This process, called tempering, results in a surface and edge compression that gives the glass increased heat resistance. Tempered glass can withstand higher temperatures than annealed glass without breaking.

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Insulated Glass

Insulated glass is commonly used in residential and commercial buildings for windows, doors, curtain walls, skylights, and other glazing applications. It offers multiple benefits, including energy savings, improved comfort, and reduced environmental impact, making it an essential component in modern building design and construction.

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Laminated Glass

One of the primary advantages of laminated glass is its safety characteristics. When the glass breaks, the interlayer holds the broken pieces in place, preventing them from shattering into sharp and dangerous shards. This reduces the risk of injuries from flying glass fragments, making it ideal for applications where safety is a concern.

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Sandblasted Glass

Sandblasted glass, also known as frosted glass or etched glass, is a type of decorative glass that has undergone a surface treatment process to create a translucent or opaque appearance. This process involves using abrasive materials, such as sand or aluminum oxide particles, to etch or roughen the glass surface.

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Ceramic Frit

The application of ceramic frit serves various purposes, including enhancing the glass's aesthetics, improving its performance, and adding functional or decorative features to the glass. Ceramic frit on float glass is used in a variety of architectural applications, including windows, doors, facades, skylights, and balustrades. It is also found in automotive glass, appliance panels, and other decorative and functional glass elements.

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Bullet Resistant Glass

Bullet-resistant glass is used in a wide range of applications, including armored vehicles, bank and retail store security, government and military facilities, police stations, embassies, airports, and other locations where security is a priority.

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