Glasses

Flat Glass

Advantages

  • Minimizes risks of injury due to accidental impact.
  • Retains its overall integrity and continues to act as a barrier even if the glass breaks, protection from vandalism, burglary attack. Able to with stand repeated blows from heavy objects such as bricks, hammers or crowbars.
  • Reduces noise, providing a quite atmosphere day and night.
  • Provide extremely high levels of protection against UV radiation (over 99 % of UV radiation is blocked), therefore helps to reduce fading and ageing effects.
  • Low-e coated laminated glass products reduce heat loss coefficient, keeping more heat inside the building. Solar control and thermal insulation laminated glass helps saving energy by reducing cooling and heating expenses of the building.

For determination of impact resistance according to EN 12600 and manual attack resistance according to EN 356 please refer to CE marking declaration of performances.


Insulated Glass

Advantages

  • Heat control / Solar control
  • Sound control
  • Safety and security

with its 3 different series and additional features.

Performance Table

 Transmittance %Reflectance Outdoor %Solar Factor %Shading CoefficientDry Air (U) W/m2K (EN 673)Argon (U) W/m2K (EN 673)
4+12+48014750,862,92,7
4+16+48014750,862,72,6
4+12+47912560,641,61,3
4+16+47912560,641,31,1
4+12+47110440,511,61,3
4+16+47110440,511,31,1

It conforms to the following national / international standards

TS 3539 EN 1279 Glass in building – Insulating Glass Units


Glass Brick

The 19x19x8 ‘cm hollow glass brick series is used for the construction of walls that allow light to pass through while preventing clear vision. “Wave”, “Line” and “Mosaic” patterns created with glass brick walls with heat and sound insulation provides protection against speediness and fire.

  • Glass brick
  • Facades of buildings
  • Stair houses
  • Interior Compartments
  • Skylights
  • Like shower enclosures
  • Can be used for different functions.


Glass Brick Wall Application
Glass bricks are only suitable for wall construction. Since it is not a carrier, it should not take any load other than its own load. The floor on which the glass brick wall sits must have sufficient bearing strength and be resistant to bending. Particularly large size glass brick walls should be applied to the frame prepared from galvanized steel or metal U-profiles which are protected against corrosion.
 
Unsandblasted bitumen cardboard slip band should be placed on the base and side work surfaces of the base profile of the frame and the inner surfaces of the side and upper profiles of the frame and PVC or polyethylene foam material should be used in horizontal sliding and expansion joints for expansion of the glass brick wall.