Our Products

We have been producing, refining and distributing the material glass for more than 100 years. Our know-how in glass production and glass processing is reflected in the excellent quality, the immense variety and continuous development of our products. We offer a perfect solution for every glass application. An overview of our product range can be found under the following categories.

Laminated glass (bended windscreens, 2 and 3 dimensional, head lighters, ...)

Heating glass

  1. Outside Glass
  2. Interface Layer
  3. Wire heating System
  4. Inside Glass

Toughened safety glass

Toughened safety glass

Sodium ions are exchanged for potassium lions in the glass surface under high temperature. Since the potassium ions are larger than sodium ions a pressure is produced on the surrounding molecules. The result is comparable to the characteristics of toughened safety glass. However chemically tempered glass is characterized by an increased stoning strenght. In addition, chemically tempered glass does not fall to small pieces after break as it is the case with toughened safety glass but its breaking characteristics are similar to those of common flat glass.  

 

Instead of → the results are comparable to the characteristics of toughened safety glass. However since the tempering is only produced on the glass surface, the chmically tempered glass does not fall to small pieces as it is the case with toughened safety glass but behaves like common flat glass.

System solutions suited to your requirements:

  • Aluminium frames
  • Consisting of glass fibre reinforced plastics GFR
  • Unicast frame systems
  • Double frame systems

When the power is off, the liquid crystal molecules are randomly oriented that scatters incident light and the foil becomes opaque. When electricity is applied, the liquid crystal molecules line up, the incident light passes trough and the foil looks clear.

Train destination signs

Due to anti-reflective coating, reflecting light waves are reduced - in favour of a clear view.

The solar protection layers are especially effective because they reduce energy intake into the interior by reflecting radiating solar energy. On the other hand the light, i.e. the visible proportion of solar radiation, must sufficiently illuminate the interior.