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Architectural Glass

View our selections of Architectural Glass

 Tempered Glass

  Tempered glass is produced by heating the glass to over 630 degrees, then rapidly cooling to lock the glass surfaces in a state of compression and the core in a state of tension. Euro Industry's tempered glass is four to five times stronger than annealed glass and breaks into fragments that are less likely to cause serious injury. Whether it's applied to storefronts, fire knock-out panels, or fireplaces, our tempered glass can provide peace of mind.

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 Laminated Glass

  Laminated glass is produced when two or more glass sheets are permanently bonded with one or more plastic interlayers (PVB) using heat and pressure. At Euro Industry, our laminated glass significantly improves a window’s ability to withstand breakage, adds color and sound control, and helps meet building codes and requirements. From entrance doors and glass floors to aquariums and display cases, laminated glass is the perfect safety solution.

 Insulating Glass​

Insulating glass refers to two or more sheets of glass sealed around the edges with an air space between, forming a double- or triple-pane unit. Commonly referred to as an “IG unit,” insulating glass is the most effective way to reduce air-to-air heat transfer through glazing.  Our insulating glass offers dramatically improved thermal performance, regardless of the climate. Our insulating glass can transmit light beautifully, maintain ideal indoor temperatures and meet sustainability requirements. 

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 Low-E Glass

   With high-tech equipment, our manufacturer mastered coating glass with razor-thin, neutral coatings. These coatings are made with extremely thin layers of metallic oxides and other compounds to achieve specific optical and thermal properties.

  Depending on the layers used, coatings can manipulate light, reduce heat gain or loss, and achieve a desired color or aesthetic. Our low-emissivity (low-E) glass helps control the transfer of heat to help make buildings more energy-efficient and filled with natural light.

 Bent glass

  At Euro Industry, in order to manufacture bent glass, various types of steel molds are used for slumping the flat glass into desired shapes. Glass is placed on top of a pre-heated mold and then placed into a kiln. At about 600 °C, the glass begins to melt and bend, melding into the shape of the mold. The kiln is very slowly cooled down, completing the bending glass. In some cases, two or more pieces of glass are bent at the same time to ensure high quality laminating and insulating following the bending process

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Euro industry's premium quality

​all of Euro Industry's Architectural glass is produced by us or our trusted manufacturers to guarantee the premium quality for our clients

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