● Glass can give completely different personalities to windows and doors and Perfect Glaze (India) Pvt. Ltd. offers the most diverse choice of glass types available in India. Perfect Glaze (India) Pvt. Ltd. will help you select the most appropriate glass for your home, allowing you to balance the many challenges you will confront, such as how to maximize natural light while minimizing summer heat and glare, and reducing the discomfort of winter cold. In addition, the right glass choice offers you solutions to improve security, build in safety, limit UV fading of furnishings, reduce noise levels, lower energy bills and virtually eliminate external window cleaning.

● The glazing options recommended in this section is those best suited for glazing in current Perfect Glaze (India) Pvt. Ltd. products. The recommendations are broad based and factors such as climatic location, orientation of the dwelling and directional aspect of each particular window and doors, must all be taken into account if the most appropriate glazing solution is to be found.

● Whether you want the glazing in your new windows and doors to keep you warmer or cooler, or to keep intruders out, we have a glass option to suit every situation and every purpose. We offer a diversified range of glass with thicknesses from 4mm-30mm, with different shades and tints of clear, green, grey, bronze and blue in varying sizes. It includes world class range of international quality super silver heat-reflective glass, the world’s finest quality environment friendly copper and lead free premium mirrors, decor lacquered glass and crystal frosted for interior applications.

We use all types of glass as per the need of Client and according to project requirements.

● How to select glass for your windows and doors?

Float glass
Float glass means non-tempered or non-hardened and its name is derived from the name of its manufacturing process. In this process, a sheet of glass is passed repeatedly on a bed of molten tin. This process gives uniform thickness and a bright surface to the glass.

Clear Float Glass
Clear float glass is transparent and colourless, offering high visible light transmittance. It, therefore, offers little resistance to solar heat gain and glare in buildings.

Tinted Float Glass
Tinted float glass is produced by adding colorant, usually powdered oxides. It is primarily designed to reduce solar heat gain and glare, which, from an occupant’s point of view increases the comfort level and reduces cooling costs.

Toughened Glass
Clear float tempered/toughened glass is float glass that has been processed through a tempering oven to increase its strength to resist impact, mechanical loads, and thermal stress breakage. Glass is heat-treated by heating annealed glass to a temperature of approximately 1,150 F (621 C), then rapidly cooling it. The glass is cooled by a carefully controlled airflow (also known as quenching), which uniformly cools all glass surfaces simultaneously. It is approximately four times stronger than annealed glass of the same thickness and configuration.

Where to use Tempered / Toughened Glass?

  • Structural planar glazing
  • Show-windows of shops and shopping centres
  • Partitions walls
  • Glass doors
  • Doors of saunas
  • Fencings of stairways and parapets
  • Roofs and porch canopy top
  • Balcony glazing
  • Lanterns, flood lights
  • Hothouses (Steam Bath, Spa)
  • Shields of fireplaces and furnaces
  • Doors of gas ovens and electric stoves
  • Freezing compartment
  • Bullet-proof glass
  • Sidewall support panels of escalators

Laminated Glass
Laminated glass is a type of safety glass that holds together when shattered. In the event of breaking, it is held in place by an interlayer, typically of polyvinyl butyric (PVB), between its two or more layers of glass. The interlayer keeps the layers of glass bonded even when broken, and its high strength prevents the glass from breaking up into large sharp pieces. This produces a characteristic "spider web" cracking pattern when the impact is not enough to completely pierce the glass.

Where to use laminated glass?

  • Structural glazing
  • Show-window glazing of important objects
  • Sidewall support panels of stair spans and escalators
  • Balcony glazing
  • Glass floors and stages of stairways
  • All kinds of outside glass fencing
  • Glazing of the buildings located in a noise impact area of airports
  • Bullet-proof glass
  • Ceiling glazing
  • Glazing of premises and room of banks

Solar / Heat Reflective
This is an ordinary float glass with a metallic coating to reduce solar heat. This special metallic coating also produces a mirror effect, preventing the subject from seeing through the glass.

Where to use heat-reflective glass?

  • Patio and Storm Doors
  • Entrance and Shop front
  • Tub and Shower Enclosures
  • Windows: Commercial / Residential, Fixed and Operable
  • Displays
  • Shop fronts
  • Handrails

Architectural Glass
Architectural Glass is glass that is used as a building material. It is most typically used as transparent glazing material in the building envelope, including windows in the external walls. For aesthetics, economics and energy efficiency, there are many advantages in using Architectural Glass. Our product is possible in this type of glass also on request of the client.