Tempered or toughened glass is made by heating glass to around 650 degrees Celsius, at which point it begins to soften. After that, the external surfaces are rapidly cooled, resulting in a significant compression effect.


Lamination is a process that involves stacking a variety of functional polymer films with adhesive or bonding chemicals. Dry and wet lamination techniques, as well as roll-to-roll continuous lamination and one-by-one sheet batch lamination, are all available.


All drilling machines use Head-To-Head technology (drilling is done with two drills running parallel to each other, one beneath the glass and the other above it). All of the holes are embossed, which eliminates all stresses in the area of the hole.


We grind the edges of the glass in different ways depending on what people want (chamfering, rough grinding, grinding without polishing, grinding with polishing). With the help of advanced machines, we grind the edges mechanically.

Double Glaze

Double glazing uses two panes of glass separated by an argon gas layer to make your home more energy efficient and quieter. Because argon is a poor heat conductor, it prevents warm air from escaping, while the second pane of glass serves as a sound barrier.