Glass has been used for various purposes for thousands of years, including for windows, lenses, mirrors, containers, and decorative objects. It is valued for its transparency, which allows light to pass through it, and its ability to be shaped into different forms while still retaining its properties
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The clear float glass is colourless and highly transparent when viewed face on with a slight green tinge when viewed on edge. If offers a very high level of natural daylight or visible light transmittance to pass through it and little resistance to the sun’s direct solar energy. Thicknesses produced range from 2mm to 25mm.Used as a single panel window, clear glass is a poor insulator in buildings. Clear float can be processed into heat strengthened, toughened, laminated, curved glass and Insulating Glass Units. Float glass is also called soda lime glass or clear glass. Clear Float Glass exhibits high optical quality and crystal clear appearance and is a class on its own. Other unique characteristics of this type of glass are excellent surface finishing, level flatness, and uniform thickness.
Glass mirrors are an integral aspect of the interior applications' space. Over and above the utility factor, mirrors are a reflection of tastefully done interiors as well. Mirrors can help you create a unique style for your home, open up a small space, and bring light into your hallways and entryways. Adding a mirror to your home décor can help you create the right ambiance for each room. For example, adding a decorative bathroom mirrors to your home's bathrooms can do wonders to add visual interest to an oftentimes forgotten room. Evaluating the style of your home before purchasing a mirror will also help you find the right style, size, and shape of the mirror for your space.
Patterned or figure rolled glass is made by running molten glass over a patterned roller which reproduces the pattern on the glass. Figured roll glass is used to diffuse, not obscure, an object when viewing. The glass is also used as a popular decorative product. Patterned glass is a kind of decorative translucent glass with embossed patterns on one or both surfaces. Pattern Glass or Decorative Glass or Rolled Glass is generally used where privacy or obscurity is desired but light transmission is still important. With the special property of decoration, patterned glass can allow light to pass through, at the same time, it can also prevent clear view. Usually it transmits only slightly less light than clear glass.
Reflective glass is essentially ordinary float glasswith a metallic coating that cuts off solar heat. This special metallic coating also provides a one-way mirror effect, preventing visibility from the outside and thus preserving privacy. Reflective glass is used primarily for structural glazing.
Today’s reflective glasses have evolved and now feature varying levels of reflectivity that create a wide range of aesthetics.