Patterned glass is sheet glass, one surface of which has decorative processing. It can have different colors, drawings, different thickness (4-6 mm) and light transmission. Patterned glass can be tempered and laminated.
Most patterned glass can be used in energy-saving or sound-absorbing insulating glass units.
Patterned glass can be tempered and laminated. Mostly it is used for the manufacture of window frames, aquariums, decorative ornaments, internal glazing and in the manufacture of stained glass windows.
Colorless and colored glass should be light transmission but it should not provide end-to-end visibility.
Light transmittance of colorless patterned glass is between 75 up to 80%. Light transmittance of colored patterned glass is determined by the composition, color of the glass and coatings and is usually 30-60 %. The coefficient of ultraviolet radiation transmittance is 325-350 mmk – 0.05-060.
The coefficient of ultraviolet radiation transmittance is 0.75. As material for decoration, patterned glass can replace smooth tinted glass giving the interior more originality and expressiveness. It is necessary where the light scattering is required. This glass will be a reliable barrier from unwanted glances.