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Shree Balaji Glass Works

Noida, Uttar Pradesh
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Decorated Glass

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Decorated Glass

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To satisfy the upcoming contemporary trends and tastes, we use different methods to produce new and original master piece decors. There are various techniques commonly used for making Decorated Glasses like grooving, engraving, sand blasting, colorings and staining. It is generally accomplished in glass studios. SIG has specialized areas comprising a team of artists, engravers and computer graphic designers to provide the best quality and designer work as per the choice into various shapes and patterns. Most decorative glasses can be tempered, laminated and can be double glazed after the decoration is completed. Decorated glasses can add flare and distinction to your d cor. The customer may provide specific designs or tracings with proper explanation or Sig TUFF artist can help you draw your creative ideas into reality.

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Laminated glass was invented in the year of 1903 by the French chemist Edouard Benedictus, inspired by a laboratory accident. It is a type of safety glass that holds together while shattering. In the event of breaking, it is held in a place by an interlayer that keeps the layers of glass bonded even when broken. Its high strength prevents the glass from breaking up into large sharp pieces. Thus, produced a characteristic of spider web cracking pattern. It is the only glass to provide durability and high-performance. Laminated glass furnishes many architectural designs and offers increased protection from the effects of disasters such as hurricane, earthquake and bomb blast. Laminated glass gives much better protection for people and the property over other glass products. Laminated glass is an effective sound control product. Therefore, it is commonly used in airports, museums, sound studios, and schools to keep away unwanted noise from airplanes, heavy machinery and traffic.

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Low-E glasses are coated with microscopically-thin, optically transparent layers of silver which is further sandwiched between layers of anti-reflective metal oxide coatings. Low-E glass products lets in visible sunlight while blocking infrared and ultraviolet solar energy that drives high cooling costs and damages the window treatments, carpeting and furnishings in the hot weather of summers. And in winters, Low-E glass products offer greater comfort and reduce heating costs by reflecting heat back into the room. Nowadays, people prefer large-size window for sightseeing or enjoying sunshine to relax."It is not easy to make the best of both world But, the low-E glass comes with the solution. It has a high transmission of visible light and can reflect infrared heat at the same time.

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High Performance Solar Control glasses are specifically designed to control the amount of Solar Energy directing into a building. The internal environment is dramatically improved by this. It is also cost-effective in most cases as use of air conditioning units is reduced. It has two types of properties such as Heat Insulation and Solar Heat Control. High Performance Glass acts as an enclosure required in maintaining a critical balance of the temperature of different levels of the room. This form of glass even reduces the Glare factor. All these aspects solely aid cost minimization by the organization. Remodeling, building a home, or simply replacing windows, you may choose from a wide variety of high-performance glazing with Sig TUFF. High Performance Glasses are available in Annealed, Laminated and Toughened formats.

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Low - E - Glass
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Low - E - Glass

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Low-E glasses are coated with microscopically-thin, optically transparent layers of silver which is further sandwiched between layers of anti-reflective metal oxide coatings. Low-E glass products lets in visible sunlight while blocking infrared and ultraviolet solar energy that drives high cooling costs and damages the window treatments, carpeting and furnishings in the hot weather of summers. And in winters, Low-E glass products offer greater comfort and reduce heating costs by reflecting heat back into the room. Nowadays, people prefer large-size window for sightseeing or enjoying sunshine to relax.It is not easy to make the best of both worlds But, the low-E glass comes with the solution. It has a high transmission of visible light and can reflect infrared heat at the same time.

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Table Glass

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Float Glass

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The term "float" glass is derived from the production method, which was introduced in UK by Sir Alastair Pilkington in the late 1950's.Today 90% of flat glass is manufactured all over the world.

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Tempered Glass is also known as ‘Toughened Glass’. Tempered glass is made by various processes which create balanced internal stresses giving the glass extra strength. In the process of making tempered glass, it is placed onto a roller table, taking it through a furnace which heats it above its annealing point of about 720 °C. The glass is then rapidly cooled with forced air draft process, while the inner portion remains free to flow for a short span of time. It has thermal resistance, which breaks it into small cuboids fragments rather than shards and is less likely to cause injury. Thus for the purpose of the safety, tempered glass is used in a variety of demanding applications, such as vehicle windows, glass doors and tables. Also work as a component of bulletproof glass for diving masks. Manufacturing industries use tempered glass in refrigerators, furniture, ovens, shelving, and fireplace screens.

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heat-strengthened glass treated with heat to induce surface compression, not to the extent of causing it to "dice" on breaking in the manner of tempered glass. On breaking, heat-strengthened glass breaks into various sharp pieces that are typically smaller than those found on breaking annealed glass, and act as an intermediate in strengthening between annealed and toughened glasses. Heat strengthened glass is supplied to the manufacturer with a permanent mark in one corner for identifying, such as safex and the words heat strengthened . Heat-strengthened glass is not a safety glazing product, therefore should not be used where safety glazing is required. Heat-strengthened products from sigtuff are apt for commercial use including spandrels, windows in high wind load areas, and applications where the glass is expected to develop high thermal stresses.

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Solar Control Glass
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Solar Control Glass

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Solar Control Glass is one which has been treated during the manufacturing or using a coating to restrict the amount of sun-generated infrared or ultraviolet radiation passing through the glass. In the process of making Solar Control Glass Metallic oxides are applied at high temperatures onto clear or body tinted glass, and fused by Pyrolysis into the surface of the glass. This process creates a Highly Scratch Resistant and stable coating. These coatings take various forms. Such as, Hard Coating and Soft Coating. Solar control glass can be in any situation where excessive solar heat is likely to be gained. For example: Large Façades, Glass Walkways, Atria and Conservatories.

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Multiple “ glass panes ” are assembled into units, commonly referred to as "insulated glass" or "Double glazing Units" or Insulating Glass Units (IGU). The technical term for the assembly is Hermetically Sealed Units. It means that the environment present inside of the unit is isolated from the external environment. These units are produced with the intention of maximizing the thermal properties of gas which is contained in the space formed by the unit while at the same time providing clear vision through the unit at low temperatures. Mostly, all insulated glasses are double glazed. But, these days, the glasses with three sheets also called as “triple glazing “are becoming more common due to its higher energy costs. Insulated glazing can be constrained into a sash, frame or a curtain wall. Insulated glasses lasts from 10 to 25 years, with windows facing south (Northern Hemisphere) and the north (Southern Hemisphere) hardly lasts more than 12 years.

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Dyning Glass

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