Available Glass Types
Also known as Plate Glass, this glass is cast through a roller or floating process. It is extremely flat and free of distortion. It is very brittle and when it breaks it produces shards of glass which could injure a person. This glass is typically high in iron which gives it a greenish tint.
This type of hardened glass is lead free and low in iron. It is extremely clear with no color distortion. It is very brittle and when it breaks it produces shards of glass which could injure a person.
This is a type of safety glass that is manufactured by an extreme heating and rapid cooling process. This process makes the glass 4-5 times harder than standard glass. This glass is designed to shatter without sharp edges. Because of the heating and cooling process, tempered glass will not be completely flat.
Available Edge Finishes
NOTE: The above described edge finishes are the two most commonly used finished for glass screen projects. Other edge finishes are available if you have a special project. Please call our office at 714-547-5477 for more information.