Salient Features

  • Thickness ranging from 2mm to 25mm.
  • Different types clear glass, tinted glass, reflective glass, low-e glass, and laminated glass.
  • High U-value and R-value.
  • Aesthetic features such as etching, sandblasting, or printing.

Other Features

  • Durable and fire resistant.
  • Sound insulating.

Glass is a solid, transparent material that is commonly used in construction for its aesthetic and functional properties. It is made by heating a mixture of silica, soda ash, and lime to a high temperature until it melts and then cooling it rapidly to form a solid material. There are several types of glass used in construction, including:

  1. Float Glass.
  2. Tempered Glasss.
  3. Laminated Glass.
  4. Insulated Glass.
  5. Decorative Glass.

Glass can be used in many applications in construction, including windows, doors, skylights, partitions, and facades. The selection of the appropriate type of glass depends on the specific application and required performance characteristics.


  • Windows and Doors.
  • Skylights.
  • Facades.
  • Partitions.
  • Balustrades.
  • Shower enclosures.
  • Display cases.
  • Greenhouse.

Standards and Certifications

  • ASTM C1036
  • ASTM C1048
  • ASTM C1172
  • ASTM E1300
  • ANSI Z97.1
  • NFPA 80
  • UL 752
  • BS 6262
  • EN 12150
  • Safety Glazing Certification Council (SGCC)
  • International Code Council (ICC)