Heat-strengthened glass is produced through a similar tempering process as tempered glass, but with a unique heating and cooling method (with lower thermal stresses and longer cooling times).
Insulating glass is a popular material for construction and finishing projects. It is constructed by sandwiching two or more glass layers together with aluminum spacer bars containing desiccants to separate the glass layers and provide superior benefits.
Low Emissivity is a type of glass that has been widely used around the world due to its superior properties in reducing heat absorption and heat transfer. This type of glass is coated with a super-thin metallic layer that can slow down heat dissipation and prevent the heat from the sun, making it particularly suitable for construction projects in tropical and seasonal wind climates such as Vietnam, to reduce heat gain in summer and maintain warmth in winter.
Laminated Glass is a type of impact-resistant glass consisting of two or more layers bonded together with a special PVB (Poly Vinyl Butylen) film interlayer. This interlayer provides superior safety properties of laminated glass, with exceptional durability and adhesion. When broken due to strong impact, the glass adheres to the PVB film layer and typically remains in the frame, minimizing the risk of injury from sharp glass edges or flying glass shards. Laminated glass is also resistant to forced entry and external impacts, among many other outstanding benefits