The ceramic glass Neoceram is resistant to high temperatures. Its main property is that it has no expansion up to 800ºC. This is a ceramic glass that gives it this resistance to temperature. It is the type of glass recommended by manufacturers of fireplaces and stoves. Main advantages of NEOCERAM:
Unalterable to heat.
Withstands thermal shock up to 800 ºC.
Easy cleaning. A damp cloth is enough to remove the soot or ash residue, even with the hot glass.
Neoceram knows no limits other than those of manufacturing. Any window size is possible in one piece.
Transparent shielding lead glass is a monolithic transparent glass with high lead content that prevents the passage of radiation through it, such as xrays. Therefore, it is ideal for installation in radiology rooms.
Wire reinforced glass is a printed glass bearing incorporated therein a metal mesh welded 11x11mm square lattice. They are considered safety glasses, since in case of breakage the pieces are attached to the mesh avoiding their fall and that these can cause injuries. This makes it suitable for risk areas and where additional security is needed, although it is not an anti-theft glass.
The double glazed glass is two or more monolithic glass sheets, separated from each other by dehydrated air chambers. The separation between the 2 glass is done by means of an aluminum separator, inside which a desiccant product is introduced, and the tightness is ensured by a double perimeter seal. The interest of this type of glass is its better thermal and acoustic insulation. If you want to give good noise insulation, it is necessary to use glass sheets of different thicknesses to avoid possible resonances.