Materials for Openings Specialty Glass (Hals)

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7 Types of Specialty Glass

Specialty glass is an essential component in modern architecture. It not only enhances the aesthetics of a building but also provides various functionalities. This specification includes 7 different types of specialty glass and each offers unique properties.

  1. Switchable Privacy Glass

Switchable privacy glass, also known as smart glass, is a type of glass that can switch between transparent and opaque states. It uses electrical currents to change the glass’s opacity, providing privacy on demand. Switchable privacy glass is often used in conference rooms, medical facilities, and residential spaces.

  1. Acid Etched Glass

Acid-etched glass has a frosted appearance and is created by applying an acid solution to the glass’s surface. This process results in a smooth, satin-like finish that can be used for privacy screens or decorative purposes. Acid-etched glass is often used in commercial buildings, restaurants, and homes.

  1. Sandblasted Glass

Sandblasted glass is created by blasting sand or other abrasive materials onto the glass’s surface. This process creates a frosted or textured appearance, making it ideal for privacy screens, partitions, and decorative purposes. Sandblasted glass is often used in offices, hotels, and public spaces.

  1. Patterned Glass

Patterned glass is created by embossing or pressing a pattern onto the glass’s surface. This process creates a textured appearance that can be used for decorative purposes or to provide privacy. Patterned glass is often used in residential and commercial buildings, including shower enclosures, cabinet doors, and windows.

  1. Back Painted Glass

Back painted glass is created by painting the back of the glass with a special coating. This process creates a smooth, glossy finish that can be used for walls, backsplashes, and other surfaces. Back painted glass is often used in kitchens, bathrooms, and other areas that require easy-to-clean surfaces.

  1. Fritted Glass

Fritted glass is created by applying a ceramic frit to the glass’s surface. This process creates a pattern that can be used for shading, privacy, or decoration. Fritted glass is often used in commercial buildings, including office buildings and airports.

  1. Channel Glass

Channel glass is a unique type of glass that has a U-shaped cross-section. This shape creates a channel that can be filled with insulation, creating an energy-efficient glass wall. Channel glass is often used in commercial buildings, including schools, hospitals, and offices.

Specialty glass is an essential component in modern architecture, providing both functionality and aesthetics. From switchable privacy glass to channel glass, each type of specialty glass offers unique properties that can meet a building’s specific needs. Whether you’re looking for privacy, decoration, or energy efficiency, there is a type of specialty glass that can meet your requirements.

For assistance on the use of the products in this section, contact Hals International, Inc. by calling 602.300.0851, emailing [email protected], or visiting their website at www.halsinternational.com. 

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