Acrylic Glass (Plexiglass)
Versatile, lightweight yet strong, acrylic lends itself to a wide variety of building and design applications; end products include: skylights, storm windows, shower stalls, partitions, lighting diffusers, railings, picture framing of every size, protective coverings for museum-quality art preservation, aquarium tanks, infrared windows, retail casing and displays, architectural and vehicle glazing, noise insulation, lenses, pediatric incubators, advertising displays, outdoor signs and on and on.
Polycarbonate Glass (Lexan)
Tough, optically transparent, break-resistant, Lexan polycarbonate surpasses all other thermoplastics for glazing use, safety and strength.
Laminated Glass (Safety Glass)
Laminated glass is considered a safety glass and is primarily used because of its safety, security and sound abatement characteristics.
Tempered glass is a type of safety glass regularly used in applications in which standard glass could pose a potential danger.
Insulated Window Glass (IG)
Insulated glass is produced by placing a spacer between two panes of glass and sealing the edges of the unit. The air is trapped between the two pieces of glass and acts as an insulator to reduce the rate at which heat and cold can travel through the unit.
The term “beveled glass” refers to the process of cutting the edges of a piece of glass to a specific angle and size in order to produce an elegant, framed look. This process leaves the glass thinner around the edges of the piece, while the large middle portion remains thicker. Beveling glass is normally applied to pieces where the glass serves as a focal point in the room.