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Glass Features

The movement of infrared heat energy through the glass, and The direct transfer of heat through the frame from the outside to the inside determines how efficient the glass will be

A very high grade tempered glass that is several orders of magnitude stronger than ordinary glass. Beautex glass are safer and durable by lowering the risk of impact related breakage.

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Laminated Glass

Laminated glass remains intact when broken, protecting people from injury. Laminated glass is very safe in overhead glazing

  • The PVB interlayer material has viscoelastic property which in turn helps in the reduction of sound acoustic insulation
  • Laminated glass reduces transmission of UV rays and hence protects the furniture from fading
  • It is durable and maintains color and strength for a much longer time
  • The installation of laminated glass is similar to any other type of glass

Reflective Glass

Floating glass with a metallic coating, reflective glass helps in reflecting back the solar radiation, thus taking care of thermal insulation better than tinted glass and also radiation. Also, it ensures minimum visibility from the outside.

Low E Glass

SGG Planitherm is a low-e glass manufactured using magnetic enhanced cathodic sputtering under vaccum conditions. Being a low-e glass, SGG Planitherm, reflects most of the long-wave heat radiations allowing for maximum thermal comfort. SGG Planitherm comes with qualities of excellent light transmission and low reflections, which allows maximum light penetration through the glass and provides impeccable clarity.

Tempered Glass

These glasses are tempered under very high temperature, thus making quite stronger than the normal float glass. Due to heating, they become brittle and because of that when broken, they shatter into small pieces.


High quality Glass incorporates a special acoustic interlayer, which absorbs some of the incident sound energy, reducing its passage.