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  • Laminated Glass
  • Double Glazing
  • Bended Glass
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Tempered Glass

Tempered glass is a type of safety glass processed by controlled thermal or chemical treatments to increase its strength compared with normal glass. Tempering puts the outer surfaces into compression and the interior into tension. Such stresses cause the glass, when broken, to shatter into small granular chunks instead of splintering into jagged shards as ordinary annealed glass does. The granular chunks are less likely to cause injury.

Process of Tempering Glass:

The following are the process of Glass tempering:

First Glass Cut according to customer size and shape: Glass Cut according to customer size and shape, Polish, Hole and Notching.
Inspect the glass. Cracks or bubbles may cause the glass to break during any part of the tempering process; if any flaws are found, the glass cannot be tempered.
Wash the glass. This step removes any tiny grains of glass deposited during grinding, as well as any dirt that could interfere with the tempering process.
Select the right tempering option. The operator must select the right option based on glass type and thickness. This consists of cycle time, temperature, quenching and cooling pressure.
Quench the glass to cool it. The heated glass is subjected to seconds of high-pressure blasts of cool air, a process known as quenching. The rapid cooling causes the outer surfaces of the glass to cool and contract faster than the interior. As the inner layer of the glass cools, it tries to pull back from the outer surfaces, which causes tension. This pressure is what makes the tempered glass so strong.

Tempering Glass Uses:

Tempered glass is used when strength, thermal resistance, and safety are important considerations. Since they are stored outdoors, they are subject to constant heating and cooling as well as dramatic temperature changes throughout the year.

Shower Door

Temper Glass Thickness

The following are the thickness of glass we tempered

4mm Glass
5mm Glass
6mm Glass
8mm Glass
10mm Glass
12mm Glass
15mm Glass
19mm Glass

Laminated Glass

Laminated glass is a type of Safety Glass and is made by pasting PVB (polyvinyl butyral) resin glue film between two or more pieces of glass sheet, then heating, pressing and bonding them together to create flat or curved compound glass product.

Laminated glass is extra strong and extremely secure. It can provide UV protection against the harmful ultraviolet rays that fade furnishings. It’s hard to break. When broken, it will shatter but still hold its form, minimizing the risk of injury. It is durable and versatile. The thickness of the combined glass and the space between each pane can act as insulation and provide sound reduction.

Process of Laminated Glass:

The laminating process is carried out in the dust free laminating room. The staff is required to replace the cleaning sneakers before entering the laminating room, wear the cleaning work hood and gloves, and record the temperature of the laminating room. Humidity and moisture content of the film

Glass is moved to washing machines to clean and remove any impurities for highest optical quality
Machine-washing occurs during clean room preparation.
When laminating, check the quality and cleanliness of the glass, and wipe the water and dirt with a dry special paper towel. If there is no smudge, then spread the film on the glass. The film must be laid flat without overlapping. Then, the second piece of glass is stacked. The stacking difference shall not exceed 1.5mm each side, the film shall be 5mm larger than glass.
The purpose of the pre-pressing is to remove the air between the glass and the film so that air is not trapped during the pressing, and bubbles are generated. The glass and the film are initially bonded together, and there is no staggering between the sheets when pressing and the external moisture does not penetrate into the laminated glass.
The temperature control has a decisive influence on the quality of the pre-pressed glass. if the glass temperature is high, the glass and film are prematurely bonded together, and the edges and the back are sealed too early. The air is difficult to remove and form bubbles, if the temperature is too low, which will reduce the adhesion of the film to the glass, so that the film and the glass are not firmly bonded, the edge sealing is not good, and the external gas enters the film during the pressing process; Therefore, it is required to control the temperature appropriately. It is necessary to adjust the temperature of each zone according to the season and climate conditions, and to ensure the temperature of the glass. The pre-pressed laminated glass is a semi-finished product. Place it on the glass rack and sent into the autoclave for processing as soon as possible. The glass cannot be placed in the atmosphere for a long time; otherwise, the moisture will enter the interior of the laminated glass through the film, causing bubbles in the laminated glass.
After the autoclave working process is finished, the temperature in the autoclave will continue to drop to 45 °C,move the glass outside asap or round bubbles will appear under high temperature. Trim the glass edge and packing.

Laminated Glass Uses

Laminated glass provides a very strong, yet transparent layer which makes a great alternative for traditional glass in a variety of uses:

For use in buildings where hurricanes or other natural disasters are a high risk
As windows for companies or homes at higher risk of break-ins
As display cabinets for valuables, such as jewelry stores
Aquariums or animal enclosures
Glass floors
Glass stairs

Thickness of PVB

Type of PVB
Ultra Clear
Milky White

Double Glazing

A combination of two or more sheets of glass, separated by a spacer bar and sealed so that it forms a single unit, having one or more air spaces in between is called a Double-Glazed Unit. It is commonly referred to as 'double glazing glass' or 'double pane'. Double glazing or insulated glass evolved from the traditional double-hung windows and storm windows, which separated the interior and exterior spaces using a single pane of glass. The primary benefit of double glazing is thermal insulation – to retain heat in a room whilst stopping cold air entering from outside to make the room more energy-efficient.

Process of Double Glazing:

The Double Glazing is step by step process:

First Glass Cut according to customer size and shape: Glass Cut according to customer size and shape, Polish, Hole and Notching, washing and tempering
Glass is moved to washing machines to clean and remove any impurities for highest optical quality.
After ensuring that the glass is ready for use, a spacer bar, which is a seal between two panes of a window, is used to combine the single panes of glass
To further increase an IG unit’s thermal efficiency, gas filling is used. Gas filling equipment for windows work by filling the space between planes with either argon or krypton, which reduces the window’s U-factor rating.

Double Glazing Uses:

Bended Glass

Bending glass involves heating up to 600 degrees Celsius. The high temperature is sufficient to soften the glass to a condition where you can bend it. Using gravity or mechanical pressure we can pull the glass into the desired shape. Curved glass can be turned into a safety glass.

Bending Glass Processing:
The flat glass is first heated to over 630 °C − until red hot.
Once heated, the glass is moved within the furnace into the bending station, where it is bent to its target radius.
The glass can be twisted into the direction in which the glass flows, which is known as lengthwise bending.
It can also be bent crosswise across the glass flow, which is called crosswise bending.
The bent glass is then tempered by cooling to trap high energy forces within the glass.
The bent and tempered glass comes out of the furnace.

Bended Glass Uses:
Shower doors and enclosures,
Elevator glass panels and room partitions.
Domes, solariums, aquariums, barrel vaults, and revolving doors.

Glass Services

Glass Edge Polish
Glass Degree
Glass Cutting
Glass Beveling
Glass Hole & Notching
Glass Grooving
Glass Sandblast

Glass Edge Polishing

This method involves cutting the edges of the glass and then flat polishing them, resulting in a sleek appearance and shiny or glossy finish. Most flat-polished applications also employ a small 45° angle chamfer on the top and bottom glass edges to remove sharpness and “chatter” which can also be polished

Polished edges are produced by buffing the edge of the glass with a fine abrasive material and polishing oil. The result is a beautifully translucent finish. Flat polished edges are excellent options for the thicker glass used in shelves and frameless shower enclosures.

Benefit of Glass

Because of its wide variety, glass can be used in a variety of applications, so it has a bright future and has always been loved by consumers. When we choose glass, in addition to paying attention to its price, we should also pay attention to the different properties of various types of glass, and choose the type that is more suitable for home use.


People are now concerned more about the impact of products used in construction. Glass is completely recyclable and it is the most environment friendly material used in construction. Further, the cost of installing bent glass has greatly reduced. All these properties related to glass have led to the rising importance of glass in architecture. With the use of glass, natural light can be let inside the building and people in the building can also get connected with the outer landscape. A sense of space can be established strongly with the use of glass in structures.

Just like light is transferred, glass has the tendency to let heat in. However, modern day technology uses different types of coating to insulate glasses used in buildings. This way, suitable amount of warmth is locked inside the building and it remains unaffected by the variation in temperature outside. The thermal insulation of bent glass is usually represented as K value.

To enhance the corporate image and to make the building stand out of the rest, curved surfaces are used in modern buildings. Facades have become essential in corporate buildings and using bent glass, different types of facades can be built. For aesthetic reasons too, glass is widely used in commercial and residential buildings

We Build Up With Your Dreams

We are Specialized in Architectural Designs, Glass Partitions, Shower Enclosure, Aluminum Doors and Windows, Glass Houses, Skylight Works & Designed Mirrors and Glasses


Office Partitions

We also do wide range of glass partition in Dubai of custom-made profiles as per client request like soundproof glass partition / acoustic glazing, framed partition. Jumbo size , crystal clear glass shop fronts with different designs.

We are specialists in the supply and installation of all types of office and glass partition systems ranging from all solid and part glazed partitions to full height single & double glazed glass walls in Dubai.

We are a professional Glass office partitions supplier in Dubai. We ideally use 10 mm glass and is frequently used for glass office renovation in Dubai. The reason for using the 10 mm thick glass is because it is less dense than the 12 mm thick glass. We also do office relocation within UAE; then we can help you with the cheap and best glass partition solution.

With our glass partition Dubai installation, you can meet the needs of a wide range of corporate clients without sacrificing your business goals. Commercial building owners who do not want to see their property vacant for prolonged periods will definitely benefit from our proven designs equipped with modular glass partition Dubai, which is also a highly cost-effective solution. Our glass wall systems come with a significant advantage over drywall and traditional sealed glass partitions.