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 FLOAT GLASS

Glass is one of the oldest constructional components, has been going through the golden ages for more than 20 years due to it is an indispensable element of modern architecture.

has 1100 ° C heated into molten tin pool. The glass is floated on the tin so that both sides of the glass are error-free and parallel to each other. At the same time, the thickness of the glass and strip width of the glass  is formed. By reducing of the temperature of the glass strip which emerges from the tin pool controlledly. the glass stresses are removed in the cooling section. The glass is cut into desired sizes in the shearing line and collected in packages and made ready for shipment.

Reflective Glass is formed by applying a metalic coating to the surface of ordinary float glass in order to cuts off the solar heat. Meanwhile, This special metalic coating provides a one way mirror effect, preventing visibility from outside and preserving privacy. It Is generally used on facades.


Heat Insulation Glass  reduces heat escape by half compared to a single glass. It is an insulating glass unit formed by bringing two or more glass plates together in factory conditions to accommodate dry air or gases which are suitable for ambient pressure.

Isıcam is combined with aluminum spacer lath and air dryer materials with primary sealing “polyisobutylene”, secondary sealing “polysulfide” or “special silicone”