Non-coated, basic glass - float glass

It forms the basis of all glass, regardless of whether it will be used as part of indoor or outdoor architecture. Float glass, also referred to as molten tin bath glass, is produced as part of a complex production method involving vast thermal input and a bath in liquefied tin before the batch is slowly cooled. Our EUROFLOAT consists largely of high-grade quartz sand and obtains its striking, green hue due to iron oxide impurities in the raw materials. We create brilliant extra-white float glass by using raw materials that are low in iron – EUROWHITE NG. Extra white glass catches the eye with its brilliant appearance and provides a high degree of light transmission.

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EUROWHITE NG

Extra-white float glass with high light- and energy transmittance

EUROWHITE is a highly transparent, extra-white float glass, suitable for use throughout the architecture and in glass design....


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