Float glass is the ordinary glass which is now widely used in our daily lives. Float glass is a kind of flat glass which is made by floating molten glass on a bed of molten metal, typically tin. This method provides uniform thickness and very flat surface for the glass sheet.
Clear Float Glass:is transparent and colorless so it can strongly transmit visible light through itself. This has made it a very popular material for using in construction and several other industries.

Float glass is the ordinary glass which is now widely used in our daily lives. Float glass is a kind of flat glass which is made by floating molten glass on a bed of molten metal, typically tin. This method provides uniform thickness and very flat surface for the glass sheet.
Tinted (Colored) Float Glass:is made by adding coloring agents to the batch mix. These colors include bronze, gray, green and blue. The light transmittance of tinted glass is less than clear glass and is depending upon its color and thickness. This property becomes very useful where saving energy is considering an important issue.

Reflective float glass is made by vacuum magnetron sputtering coating device to form metal or ceramic compound films on the glass surface. It is produced in a variety of beautiful colors for specific applications such as energy consumption control. Having a reflective surface allows the glass to be able to reflect the solar radiation significantly and affect the control of light and energy stream through the buildings.
Depending on the criteria and desired applications, there are different types of reflective glass with excellent features.
Colors: Gold (with three different colors), Super Silver, Green, Pink, Gray, Blue, Ocean Blue, Star Blue, Bronze and Star Bronze

Patterned glass is a type of flat glass which is shaped in different patterns by special rollers along the production line. Unlike clear flat glass, due to existence of figures on the surface, objects are not easy to be seen from the other side. Therefore, it is very suitable for creating private spaces inside of the buildings. Besides having a wide range of diversity in using figures, patterned glass can be manufactured in different colors as well. Applied colors currently to be used are bronze, blue and green. Patterned glass is widely used in decorations, partitions, glass doors, elevator doors, ceiling skylights, etc.

Mirror has been used in our daily lives since very long time ago. Architectures use this product in order for interior design and effectiveness of lighting purposes in rooms, halls and other interior spaces.
manufactures different types of mirror by utilizing the most updated technologies and the best raw materials in order to meet its customers’ needs. Mirrors are manufactured in three main types including Silver, Aluminumand Chromemirror

Low-E coatings have been developed to minimize the amount of ultraviolet and infrared light that can pass through glass without compromising the amount of visible light that is transmitted. Radiant energy is one of the important ways of heat transfer occurs with windows. Reducing the emissivity of one or more of the window glass surfaces improves a window’s insulating properties.
This is where low emissivity (or low-e glass) coatings come into play. glass has a microscopically thin, transparent coating that reflects long and short wave infrared energy (or heat). When the interior heat energy tries to escape to the colder outside during the winter, the low-e coating reflects the heat back to the inside, reducing the radiant heat loss through the glass. The reverse happens during the summer.

An insulated glass unit (IGU) combines multiple glass panes into a single window system. The panes of glass in IGUs are separated by a spacer and a still layer of air or gas. Double glazed glass is an ideal energy efficient choice with the added benefit of minimizing noise. The sealed air gap between the two panes acts as an added layer of insulation. This added thermal resistance reduces the amount of heat escaping in winter and keeps your home at a more comfortable temperature. Double glazing has the reverse effect in summer, preventing unwanted heat from coming into the home. This extra insulation lessens your reliance on artificial heaters and air conditioners and can ultimately reduce your energy costs.

Laminated glass is produced by combining two or more sheets of float glass with one or more interlayers and is processed by autoclaving at 1400°C and pressure up to 14 bar. Polyvinyl Butyral (PVB) is the most common interlayer used in laminated glass. The glass sheet for making laminated glass can be float glass, tempered glass, colored glass, heat-absorbing glass or heat-reflecting glass etc. Due to the adhesion of PVB glue film, even when the glass breaks, its fragments keep binding on the thin film and will not hurt people, and the surface of the fragmented glass remains clean and smooth, which effectively prevents fragments from penetrating or falling, thus ensures human safety.

Since first half of the 20th Century, sheet glass has been made by rolling or drawing. Rolling involves passing molten glass from a tank furnace over a refractory lip and between rollers. In contrast, drawing involves dipping a metal plate into a bath of molten glass and slowly withdrawing it –the glass is passed between two coolers to stop it necking down to a ribbon. There were three types of drawing that, by the mid-1900s, were responsible for the entire global production of flat glass: Fourcault, Pittsburgh and Libbey-Owens.

Perhaps all of us have often encountered the problem of reflecting light in the glass in front of shop windows, when visiting museums, in the VIP rooms of stadiums, exhibitions, etc., so that instead of seeing the desired sights and objects, the images in front of the glass are reflected in it and it has disturbed our vision.
Glass Industrial Group has produced Anti-Reflectiveglass to solve this problem in glass to optimize its practical use. Using this product in shop windows, museums or in any place that has problems with the reflection of light in the glass that prevents better vision, reduces reflection to the desired level and provides a better view from behind the glass.

Glass Block

Glass block is a hollow translucent cubic piece which is made of glass. The glass blocks are used in many applications; mostly in architectural and decorative means to let the natural light into the building through the walls. These blocks are usually installed by mortar and paste with the help of special spacers. Glass Blocks were initially produced in 1900s and since then, they play a significant role for international engineers and architectures to create decorative spaces in the buildings.