Tinted glass

Tinted glass is one-colored glass. It still allows you to see through it what is happening around. Coloring can be achieved by several methods. Quite common today is the glass, tinted in its mass.

This means that when it was melted in a furnace, special pigments were added to the raw materials in the right proportions. Mostly it is bronze (brown), graphite (gray), green or blue glass. Moreover, these colors can be of different shades, which depend on the chemical composition of the glass, and, as a result, the output results in a different bandwidth for ultraviolet rays.
The intensity (saturation) of the glass color is directly proportional to the thickness of the glass - the thicker is the glass, the darker it will be. That is, if from one glass they make a tinted glass of thickness 4mm and 10mm, 4mm will obviously be lighter than 10mm.
The advantage of this glass is that in case of small scratches, they will be hardly noticeable on it because the whole glass mass is of the same color. Also, its color is preserved for the entire life of the glass.
The next advantage of tinted glass is the possibility of using it in the interior to enrich the room and diversity. You can make a glass table and glass shelves from it, make door inserts, or make glass doors. In some places, it can be put in the window so that the sun's rays are not so blinding.

Giovani Glass can produce tinted glass of the required thickness. This will allow the material to be used both indoors and outdoors for glazing the facades of buildings of various purposes.

Our experts will help you select products that have the most optimal parameters, fully meeting the requirements. Depending on your wishes, the glass may have a different shade, size, and thickness of the sheet.