For works in which you need to use glass, we offer you our experience working monolithic glass, laminated glass, tempered glass and camera, all with their respective variants. Glasses Types available: 1. Monolithic Glass: This type of glass composition is simple, manufactured in a single piece. Can have different shapes and thicknesses, depending on the manufacturing process employed. Thicknesses on demand, with the glass 4mm and 5mm best used in interior doors and windows, as 10mm or more for external sound attenuation, or rigideza in the structure. Below we show some of the more monolithic glass used by PONSICO SCP:
2. Laminated Glass:
This type of glass is characterized by joining two or more single or monolithic glass sheet using a polyvinyl butyral adhesive, thereby producing a safety glass in case of breakage can not collapse into pieces. This sheet may be of different color shades thus modifying end glass. A sheet can also be used acoustic attenuating the decibel some monolithic glass of the same thickness. Below are some examples of more common laminated glass:
3. Camera Glass:
Glass formed by two glass, either single or laminated, forming a chamber therein of air or gas (in the case of low emission), thus breaking the thermal conductivity already transmitted if the glass. In the inner contour incorporate some sea salt to absorb any residual moisture. Is factory sealed with tar the outer contour, ensuring tightness. You can make multiple combinations with all kinds of glass, be taxed, smooth, laminated, tempered, etc. The greater the greater its inner chamber thermal efficiency. To this day this type of glass to be manufactured in bulk, not a big increase in costs compared to single glazing. Currently the Sun Guardian Glass, saves energy never before seen in the glass chamber, with a glass, among low emissivity, of the most efficient. Below are some examples of most common camera glasses:
-Combine 2 glasses: You can choose two simple glass to form a glass chamber to suit the client, putting the rough side inside the chamber for easy cleaning.
4. Tempered Glass:
Safety glass with a higher resistance than the rest of glass about its hardness. This hardness is achieved in a heat treatment plant, raising the temperature of the glass once constructed about 500 degrees using special furnaces, is then cooled slowly with air to thereby achieve hardness. It is widely used in places where glass may suffer some impact sporadic, if not aggressive, it will remain intact. Widely used in shower doors, as if broken, the glass would be in a thousand tiny pieces thus preventing further damage. Different thicknesses, colors and dull areas may be variants of this type of glass.