Figured glass – glass with relief surface.
Used for glazing of exterior and interior partition walls. Such glass provides partial non-transparency of view and light conductivity. Available in single-glass and insulating glass units.
Frosted glass is produced by laminating glass with white films, by etching the glass surface with an acid, frosting the glass with sand, covering the glass surface with mat films. Frosted glass ensures partial non-transparency of view and light transmittance.
Frosted glass is used for glazing of outside and inside partition walls by using single-glass glazing or insulating glass units.
Coloured glass – glass with the surface covered with special paint of a chosen colour, which is fused to the glass surface at high temperature.
Paint can be added in the following ways:
Coloured glass is used for facades and inside partition walls, covering of nontransparent zones and columns, both in single-glass and in insulating glass units.
Decorative bars inside of glass packs – profiles of different colour, which are used for dividing glass according to the required density, mounted inside of insulating glass units.