Float glass

Float glass is a common trade name for flat and transparent glass. The term “float” was derived from the manufacturing process it undergoes. It is produced by allowing molten glass to float on a layer of molten metal. This method provides glass panels with uniform thickness and a very flat surface, resulting in no light refraction and distortion-free views through the glass.

Standard thicknesses available for sale are: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, and 12 mm, while other thicknesses are available upon request.

It is used for: windows, doors, facades, railings, shower stalls, and furniture.