Glass is an amazing material – and modern life is unimaginable without it.
We all rely on glass every day because of its unique chemistry that allows it to be:
transparent yet impermeable – a durable barrier against everything from the weather to bacteria
non-toxic – making it entirely safe in contact with food and drink
virtually inert – because it won’t react with its contents or surroundings it’s perfect for scientific, surgical and pharmaceutical use.
The most common uses of glass are:
container glass – bottles and jars
flat glass – including glazing for buildings and vehicles
glass fibre – used for reinforcement, insulation and fibre optics
scientific hollow glass – such as tubing and vials
domestic glassware – such as tumblers, jugs and vases
glass beads – used in, for example, reflective paint, wet and dry blast cleaning and water filtration
Operating raw materials of all kinds, colors and thicknesses from 4 mm to 20 mm
Drawing operations - sanding - reeling - gypsum - solution
Printing operations (ceramic + u.v)
Spray and color operations
Triplex operations of all kinds (resin - colors - fabric - chit - working and forming mirrors)
Antique mirrors operations and mirrors watering
Bomby operations (raw - securite)
Laser work on glass.