Float/ Annealed Glass

Float glass, also known as annealed glass, is a fundamental building block in the world of glass.


Annealed (float) glass is produced by melting sand, soda ash, dolomite, and limestone together to produce a continuous ribbon which flows from a furnace and “floats” over a bed of molten tin, which is then carefully cooled to “anneal” the glass.


This product, ideal for all models of buildings, offers a diversified range of features such as:

Float glass boasts high light transmittance, offering clear and undistorted views. Its crystal-like clarity connects us with the surrounding nature while providing protection from the elements. The abundant natural daylight it allows into buildings enhances visual comfort and reduces the need for artificial lighting.

Uniform Thickness: The float glass manufacturing process ensures uniform thickness across the entire sheet, providing consistency and reliability in its use.

Clarity and Transparency: Float glass offers excellent optical clarity and transparency, making it a preferred choice for applications such as windows, mirrors, and glass panels.

Versatility: It is a versatile material that can be cut, tempered, laminated, or tinted to meet specific design and functional requirements.

Ease of Fabrication: Float glass can be easily cut, shaped, and processed into various sizes and shapes to suit different applications in construction, automotive, and other industries.