Glasstime - tradition, quality, professionalism
Our interior and exterior glass solutions are successfully satisfying the requirements of our customers for more than 20 years. We offer a rich diversity of glass types with thickness from 3 mm to 19 mm as processing machines for each type of glass. We can process any type of glass and mirrors, incl. glass toughening, edging, beveling, drilling, sandblasting etc.
The company's main expertise and fields of activity are production, design and installation of:
- glass doors
- shop windows
- shower enclosures
- glasses and mirrors
- glass walls
- interior glass
We are also working with projects of our clients.
We have glass processing machines for cutting glass and mirrors. Machines for glass processing - cutting, edging, beveling, drilling, bending, etc.
Types of glass
Float glass is a sheet of glass made by floating molten glass on a bed of molten metal, typically tin, although lead and various low melting point alloys were used in the past. This method gives the sheet uniform thickness and very flat surfaces. Modern windows are made from float glass. Most float glass is soda-lime glass, but relatively minor quantities of specialty borosilicate[ and flat panel display glass are also produced using the float glass process.More
Lacobel is a coloured back painted glass range that is commonly used in a number of decorative installations in the home and workplace.
- Float glass coated with a high quality paint
- Aesthetically pleasing opaque glass; the coloured glass panels acquire a bright look due to the coat of varnish
- Bonding: silicones, tile adhesives and adhesive tapes
- The paint coating is moisture resistant
- Available in a SAFE / SAFE+ version: this is a polypropylene film applied to the back of the glass which ensure safety
- Available in an antibacterial glass version
Tempered Glass is manufactured by subjecting the final glass size to a heating and cooling treatment. This means that the tempered glass cannot be cut, edged or drilled after tempering and all kinds of processing excluding sand blasting have to be performed before the tempering process.
- In the unlikely event of breaking, it fractures into small particles, significantly reducing the risk of injury.
- Tempered glass has high mechanical strength and is 4 to 5 times stronger than annealed glass of the same thickness due to the stresses induced during toughening.