Tinted glass is manufactured by adding coloring agents to the raw batch before melting process.
- Offers wide options to designers and customers to create aesthetic and stylish places with its different color alternatives.
- If used in exterior, it limits solar heat input into the building, control the extreme brightness of the sun, offers a comfortable working and living environment.
- By its solar control it reduces the cooling costs.
- Supply opportunities is available in different sizes and colors.
Laminated glass, toughened glass, heat strengthened glass, enameled glass, bent glass, coated glass, acid etched glass, sandblasted glass and mirror can be produced by applying secondary processes to tinted glass.
Tinted glass offers solutions to non-residential buildings with curtain walls, windows, spandrels, facade claddings, overhead glazings and balustrades. Also alternative choices for interior applications such as tabletops, shelves, doors, shower cabins and partitions.
Solar control glass is subjected to thermal breakage risks. In order to avoid thermal breakage risks, toughening or heat strengthening is recommended. When laminating tinted glass, all panes of the laminated glass should be either toughened or heat strengthened to avoid thermal breakage risks.
Green, grey, bronze, blue, turquoise and dark grey colors are available.