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Glazing Options

At Fascina, we offer a complete range of glass selection to suit your needs.

Single Float Glass


Single thickness i.e 6 mm thick. Can be divided into 2 types:

  • Clear: Glass without tint.
    Choice of glass starts from 6 mm thick onwards
  • Tinted: Glass with tint.
    Also called body tinted.Choice of glass starts from 6 mm thick onwards.

For safety and aesthetic enchancement, monolithic glass can be further value added subject to type of use.

Tempered Glass

(Safety & Strength)

Tempered glass is glass that has been processed by controlled thermal or chemical treatments to increase its strength compared with normal glass. Tempered glass is made by processes which create balanced internal stresses which give the glass strength. It will usually shatter into small fragments instead of sharp shards when broken, making it less likely to cause severe injury and deep lacerations.

Laminated Glass

(Safety - Sound Insulation - Solar reduction)

Laminated glass is also known as a type of safety glass which is produced in an autoclave. By compressing and heating one or more layers of Poly-Vinyl Butyral (PVB) between 2 or more sheets of glass. Most types of glass can be laminated in order to give increased safety.

Enhanced Option: Crime Prevention Glass (CP)

CP is a laminated glass design with the purpose to provide security in compliance to international standard. Its configuration is the same as laminated glass. Interlayer used here is made of chemical resin (PU) providing high resistant to penetration in the events of break-in.

Double Glazed

(Heat Insulation - Reduced Noise Intrusion)

Comprising of two or more sheets of glass and between the glass is an aluminum spacer filled with dessicant. The aluminium spacer and sheets of glass are adhered and sealed by butyl and then polysulfide or silicone. Dry air is sealed in the air space, creating a low conductive barrier. The glass is processed with a primary seal of compressed polyisobutylene followed by a secondary seal using a two-part silicone.

Enhanced Option: Low-Emission Glass (Low-E)

Sealed within an insulated unit, Low-E coatings selectively transmits the sun's visible light (short-wave radiation) while reflecting a majority of radiant heat (long-wave radiation). This Low-E coating is applied to glass substrate through state of the art magnetically enhanced vacuum deposition (sputtering) technology.