Pacific Glass

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Pacific Glass produces four categories of glass. Louvre glass for your low cost residentials needs. Export grade options
including Float, Laminated and Toughened. Low-E glass with low radiation and energy Savings. Jumbo sized, multi layer
laminated glass.

Float Glass

Is a type of flat, clear glass that is ideal for applications such as windows, mirrors, and other types of glazing. The consistent thickness and optical clarity of float glass make it a popular choice for a range of industries, including construction, architecture, and design.

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Laminated Glass

Is a type of safety glass that is composed of two or more layers of glass with a plastic interlayer sandwiched between them. When the glass is shattered, the plastic interlayer helps to prevent the pieces from breaking apart, reducing the risk of injury and damage.

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Toughened Glass

Is a type of safety glass that is made by heating and cooling the glass quickly, which makes it stronger and more durable than normal glass. This process gives the glass resistance to breakage and makes it less likely to shatter into sharp, dangerous pieces if it does break.
Toughened Glass is commonly used in applications where safety is a concern, such as shower screens, tabletops, and building facades.

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Low-E Glass

Is a type of energy-efficient glass that has a thin, transparent coating that reduces the amount of heat transferred through the glass. This helps to keep the heat inside during the winter and outside during the summer, reducing the energy needed for heating and cooling.

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Mirror Glass

Is a reflective glass that is coated with a layer of metal, typically silver or aluminum, to produce a reflective surface. The metal coating reflects light, creating an image of what is in front of the mirror. Mirror Glass can be made in a variety of shapes and sizes and is commonly used in bathrooms, dressing rooms, and other areas where people need to see their reflection

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Louvre Glass

Bring a touch of sophistication to your home with Louvre Glass. This innovative product combines functionality with style, creating the perfect solution for controlling light, temperature and privacy. With its adjustable blades, you can easily control the amount of natural light entering your home, making it the perfect choice for any room.

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Louvre Frames

Structures used to support louvre glass panels. Louvre frames can be made of a variety of materials, including aluminum, wood, and steel, and are designed to hold the louvre glass in place. The louvre panels can be adjusted to control the amount of light, air or privacy entering a building.

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