New Product Acid Etched Frosted Glass for bathrooms 3-15mm
Frosted glass that’s no finger print glass has a uniformly smooth, silky
surface; frosted glass is translucent and matte in appearance.
Frosted glass transmits levels of diffused light, whilst providing
privacy from adjacent glass. Noval Satin frosted glass is produced
by frosted one face or double face of the clear glass, ultra clear,
colored glass, clear silver mirror or ultra clear silver mirror
1. Glass Frosted door no finger print
2. Uniformly smooth silky surface
3. With CE and ISO9001
4. Max size: 3660*2440mm
CCC (China Compulsory Certification) ;BS
EN14179-1:2005/BS6206:1981; CE EN12150-1:2000:
GB/T19001-200idtISO9001:2000, AS/NZS 2208:1996
Glass Door, Curtain Wall Partition, Elevator, Showcase
Sanitary glass, Cabinet, Furniture glass.
Clear, Ultra Clear, Various Green, Blue, Gray, Brown.
Seaworthy plywood case lined with plastic film and outer packing
consolidated by iron strap.
The thickness, size, color can be customer design.
1) Translucent, ideal for home decoration.
2) Finger print free, super smooth surface.
3) Made of excellent quality clear float glass.
Frosted glass can be used in all domestic and professional areas
1). Fixed and sliding partitions
2). Offices, Hotels, restaurants etc,
3). Glass doors
4). Windows and facade glazing
5). Shower and bath screens
6). Furniture (glazed cupboards, kitchen and bathroom furniture,
tables, countertops, shelves) Balconies 7). Stair treads and floor
What are the most common types of glass?
All float glass as it is initially made in the above description is
called annealed and is the most common. Float glass is made in a
variety of colors or tints, in addition to basic clear glass.
Annealed glass, the starting point can be further fabricated in
many ways. Coatings of various types can be applied to achieve many
visual effects and affect the optical properties. In addition the
glass can be heat treated to increase its strength and give it
safety glazing properties. Glass can be put into an insulating
glass unit, meaning two or more pieces of glass are separated by a
dry air space to improve the insulating properties.