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Glass Panels

Glass panels have side blocks at mid-height along both vertical glass edges and are supported by rubber setting blocks at the quarter points along the bottom horizontal glass edge. A glass panel is a thin, rectangular element widely used in architecture and construction. Its properties depend on the production process. Below are different types of glasses:

  • Blown glass has an irregular surface due to the incorporated air.
  • Heat-toughened glass is strengthened through slow heating and cooling.
  • Tempered glass, which is heated, then quickly cooled, making it four times more potent.
  • Laminated glass, which includes a sheet of another material, such as acrylic or polycarbonate.
  • Leaded glass protects against x-rays.
  • Ceramic glass offers fire protection.

Different glass types and production techniques confer varying properties and characteristics to the panels. They can be fireproof, insulating, non-slip (for floors), non-reflecting, curved, decorative, colored, enameled, lacquered, printed, and satin finish, among other characteristics. Welcome to Sparkhomes for the best services.

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