The printed glass production comprises various rules and regulations in this area you will find a glossary of key terms involving this branch.

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01. Artglass: Line developed by UBV of decorative glass for use as wall cladding and furniture.
02. Mirrors: are produced by depositing metals, especially silver, on the glass, that after an ink receiving layer for protection.
03. Fusing: Artistic softening technique and glass painting to form of art and decorative objects.
04. Guard rails: protection widely used on balconies, stairs and mezzanine with a height of about 1.10 to prevent people from falling.
05. Stoning: is the automated process of finishing the sharp edges of the glass.
06. anti-reflective glass: 2.2 mm glass with very smooth printing on one side that disseminates the light reflections. It is widely used for frames and frame.
07. Glass Wireframe: Printed Glass receiving a wire mesh inside during manufacturing. Also retains the shards in case of breakage and has greater resistance to fire.
08. Glass fantasy: name formerly used for printed glass.
09. Float glass: totally smooth and transparent glass made by floating the glass mass in a tin pool.
10. Printed Glass: Glass translucent, manufactured by passing the glass paste between two rollers, one of which prints a texture to the glass.
11. Insulated Glass: constituted by two or more sheets of glass intercalated by a tube. Enables the reduction of transmission of heat and sound insulation.
12. Laminated glass: sandwich made with two glasses which are glued with a PVB or liquid resin. In case of breakage, the glass is glued to the material and leaves will intact.
13. Tempered glass: glass that goes through a process of reheating and quenching which gives greater strength to the glass.
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