Decorative Shaped Glass

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Why use Decorative Shaped Glass Panels?

At DAG Inter Ltd we can offer all types of decorative shaped glass from your free issue template or CAD/PDF drawings.

We offer a wide range of shaped decorative glass in various colours and thicknesses.

There are two types of safety glass that we can offer: Toughened and laminated glass. Tempering creates balanced internal stresses which cause the glass, when broken, to crumble into small granular chunks instead of splintering into jagged shards. The granular chunks are less likely to cause injury.

Is Decorative Shaped Glass safe?

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 butyral (PVB), between its two or more layers of glass.

Safety glass is four to five times stronger than annealed glass of the same thickness and is ideally suited to most safety critical applications.

Certain internal and external areas are considered ‘critical applications’ in terms of the safety of vertical glazing, as they are at risk for accidental human impact.

The critical applications in any internal or external domestic area are doors, side panels to doors, walls, windows and partitions. At DAG Inter Ltd we can provide decorative shaped glass for these applications.

We offer many types of shaped glass such as CNC finish, double edge line and water jet cutting.

What size is Decorative Shaped Glass.

We offer these decorative shaped glass items in thickness of 4mm to 19mm. Our quality tempered glass manufactured to the Kitemark requirement to BS EN 12150.

As one of the leading decorative glass suppliers in the UK we can provide a range of Shaped Glass and other decorative glass products, so not only will your glass be safe, but also decorative.

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To find out more on the types of shaped glass we offer please contact us.



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