Architectural Glass

Architectural glass is used for the architectural finishing of facades of modern buildings. Many characteristics, thanks to which the building from the outside looks beautiful, unusual, create a feeling of a monolithic object(structural glazing) while performing an essential energy-saving function.

In our century, the modern city's face is becoming more and more glassy due to high technological development. The use of glass is due to contemporary architecture trends designed to improve lighting inside buildings while using the maximum natural sunlight to create a sense of comfort and security, visually increasing the space both inside and outside.

Architectural glass today is one of the most advanced materials used in construction. Manufacturers, in turn, are trying to give their products better quality and new characteristics.

By combining the properties of different panes of glass in a double-glazed window, various effects can be achieved both in the exterior appearance of the building and indoors. The following is mostly used for architectural glazing:

Tempered glass, which primarily ensures the safety of the entire structure. Almost all types of architectural glass and glass with low-emission coating, multifunctional and body-tinted glass, and others are tempered. It has qualities that place it in the class of safe glass:

increased mechanical strength; high-temperature resistance, resistance to sudden temperature changes; safety in case of destruction;

Triplex. It is produced from different glass types: colorless, body-tinted, sun protection, low-emission, tempered, multifunctional; using different kinds of films: colorless, colored, matte, unique, to achieve other effects.

Today, manufacturers have developed technology that allows them to produce not the usual three or two-layer products but six to seven layers. This led to a mechanical strength increase many times over. Now such a product can even withstand a shot from an AKM.

Triplex in architecture is safety and protection from the sun and the possibility of using translucent glass in different colors. It is a more bright and unconventional architectural solution. The wide range of applications is also due to its effective soundproofing and the ability to protect the room and furniture from ultraviolet light. Besides, the material is well machinable (drilling, polishing), it is possible to draw on it, to use bent shape, which has been successfully used in the decor.

Enamelled (colored) glass. Transparent, colored, and matte (colored and colorless) glass is used for its production. In combination with tinted glass, cellulose dope can better present or tint the color of the necessary glazing, highlight or hide certain areas of the building, create a rhythm without breaking the integrity of the color scheme of the facade or simply give the building or its part an utterly opaque appearance, while maintaining the reflectivity.

Our company produces architectural glass and glass products using modern equipment and high-quality materials of the world's major manufacturers.

Architectural Glass
Architectural Glass
Architectural Glass
Architectural Glass

Production capabilities

Maximum size:
3210 x 6000 mm (flat)
2800 x 2500 mm (curved)

Minimum size:
200 x 300 mm

Glass thickness:
4-19 mm (tempered)
4-12 mm (heat-strengthened)

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