Technical Details Thin Glass
Our solutions are based on state-of-the-art thin glass and chemical tempering technologies. They allow to push the design possibilities to the next level while keeping very high resistance.
This deep know-how is made available to you, serving the needs of seamless integration, durability, weight reduction, complex shaping, and much more.
Thin and ultra-thin glass are available in a wide range of compositions, thicknesses and dimensions, for a very wide variety of applications. Ranging from 0.5 to 2.1 mm, they can accommodate and enhance all your designs. Moreover its structure enables it to be curved, so that it fits wherever you want and can also form pleasing shapes
Treatments & Personalisation
Accomplish all your glass desires, thanks to a full range of possibilities. Surface treatments can be applied to the glass, giving it special properties such as anti-glare or anti-fingerprint, for a fully personalised experience thanks to the touch and the visual comfort.
We offer three ranges of acid-engraved, anti-glare glass, with different levels of brilliance for display applications:
This anti-reflective treatment on extra-thin float glass is designed to reduce the negative effects of incident light, by diffusing the reflections. This gives anti-glare performance while offering optimum contrast and faithful colour rendering with a controlled amount of halo.
Our anti-fingerprint treatment can be applied to the glass, giving it strong resistance to water and oils and thus anti-soiling properties. This is achieved by forming a thin, mono-molecular layer on a surface such as glass, without altering its appearance.
Our special coating minimises glare and considerably reduces light reflection ( ≤ 1%, compared with 8% for conventional flat glass). From the outside this glass is particularly transparent and does not reflect anything around it. Objects on the other side of the glass enjoy perfect visibility and the most faithful appearance.
In addition to the choice of thickness and dimensions, personalisation reaches it ultimate by allowing you to apply screen-printing on the glass.